Saturday, June 2, 2012


Hey Guys,

It's been a minute since I've last posted but rest assured I've been very busy!  Since my last post I've:

*Gotten a better handle on working digitally
*Worked on a better sense of color
*Built two websites ( being the latest)
*Gotten into both the Society of Illustrators as well as American Illustration!
*I also received some very exciting emails from supporters :-)
*annnd also picked up a part-time job

It's been...interesting learning how to juggle my time and energy but as Kyle Stecker always says, "NEVER STOP" and I never intend to.  Goals are set and I am hungrier than ever.

There's so much to learn and a lot of growth and change is necessary to build and sustain a career.  I welcome the times to come although it looks more like rough waters than smooth sailing.

I will be posting more recent work soon!  It's been a roller-coaster ride to say the least.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Second Installment

I finished this image a little while ago but I guess I forgot to upload it. This is part two in a little series I'm doing on western influence on eastern culture and immigration. Hope you guys like it!

Monday, November 7, 2011


they ended up going with the fully hand lettered version.

Pleased as Punch

A very good friend of mine commissioned me to work on her save the date! It was an honor! Congratulations! One lovebird to another!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Ten-Paces: Fan Art by ME!

Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl sketch by Rachel Dougherty.

This was my first pass--just a really quick piece but I thought I could do better.

So I made this guy. Chuck Bass's face was IMPOSSIBLE for me to draw for some reason. His prominent features just eluded me which is CRAZY! BECAUSE THEY'RE SO DISTINCT! I had a really tough time drawing him. I stuck to it and this is what I ended up with. ENJOY!

Detail: Martini lady

Ten Paces: Fan Art

My sketch for Cocorosie that Topher Macdonald went to final on.

Saturday, October 22, 2011


These are the images I contributed to the second issue of the Creeps Annual Zine.

These lovely ladies were to be the base of an exquisite corpse idea that Nina Carelli came up with. They would have been disassembled and combined with other body parts donated by other creeps members. In the end it was decided that these pinups were strange enough to stand on their own.