Original comic. Published by The Hairpin.
New York Post ran a story about my comic in relation to J.Crew's Jenna Lyons and the company's performance.
An appreciation for real people doing real things (in passing)
Welcome to an ongoing series of quick sketches on human behavior, as I see them on the street or during brief interactions.
“Randoms Dispatch” does hearken back and blend my love of documentary studies and comics/graphic novels. However, drawing has become a more intimate space. This series is like an observation deck, and I never know what is going to attract me for whatever reason or purpose.
Thanks for stopping by and stay tuned....
A collection of free-hand quick sketches on digital tablet.
This is a space (and project?) about trying to get it "right" as an artist, who is always trying to better myself. Here are some of the results.
The mind can be beautiful and it can become mixed up. Here are some illustrations that examine the "beautiful mind."
This is an original series of multi-media works, looking at how the Internet has changed out personal vs private spheres. Personal Collection.
My friend rode his motorcycle across the country before attending a prestigious graduate business program. His last hurrah, I guess. He sent dispatches from the road via postcards (hark! pre-craze social media days). I mothered my children, spent afternoons drawing, laying under trees, and feeling time against my skin. He felt the wind against his skin, too, just much faster. I made this digital collage on a lazy hot nap afternoon.
...A collection of my published poetry and short fiction.