TIME for Kids, New Work

I’ve been working on a little project for TIME for Kids.  I can’t say too much about the story (NDA), but I’ve had a good time creating these pics.  They’re nice and creepy, and I think you’ll like them.  Best.

The Frankenstein Journals

Hi everyone.  The Frankenstein Journals are finally here!  It’s the first two books in the series that I’m illustrating, Feet First and I for an Eye, written by Scott Sonneborn of DC Comics fame.  I’ve also signed on to to illustrate two more books due out the same time next year.  The story follows JD, Frankenstein’s son, as he searches …

Directory of Illustration 2014

It’s that time of year when the new Directory of Illustration Annuals are getting ready to ship.  This is my first year to take out a full-page ad, which actually says a lot considering it’s 2014.  The staying power of the DOI Annual is unbelievable, and it’s still a great way to get your work to people.  I’m attaching my …

CONjure Florida!

Hey everyone, I’m excited to be at CONjure in Orlando, Florida on Friday and Saturday (August 1-2).  I’ll have my very own table, and I will be selling prints and hopefully sketching new pieces to be available at the event as well.  If you’re visiting Orlando or live there, definitely stop by.  You can learn more about CONjure here. Also, …

Live at Charleston Music Hall

Final Backdrop

Back in the summer (2013), I was called in to create a backdrop scene of Charleston for a new music show being produced by the College of Charleston and Charleston Music Hall.  The idea being, that this production would be in the vein of Austin City Limits.  A lot of cool people and performers were involved: Edwin McCain and Sam …

Illustration Friday Feature

What an honor to be featured by Illustration Friday!  The great Angie Brown wrote a great, little article about my work and style.  Here’s the link, hope you enjoy!

I’m in the City Paper

This was a fun interview about my work with Paste magazine, and the article turned out great!  Thanks to Susan Cohen for making this possible and also to Jonathan Boncek for his shots of me intensely working at my desk. Go, and check out the full spread on City Paper’s site, or you can pick a copy for free any …