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Urbanity Planet and the Art World

The twentysomethings of Urbanity Planet find themselves at an art opening that is both down to earth and inflated with meaning. This seven page excerpt is just one of the many adventures in this webcomic series! Read more Urbanity Planet, my webcomic about coming of age on another… Read More

Another Bus Stop

The second assignment in Austin Lee’s Prototyping Lab class was to use six examples from an animation library and create a new, short animation of our own. I decided to create some vector art to illustrate this assignment, using familiar characters from my Urbanity Planet series. I first looked… Read More

Urbanity Planet and the Small Press Expo

  On September 17th and 18th I showed my work at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD. Above was my set up this year, and to the right, last years’. If you look closely, you’ll see that last year I was selling just two mini-comics plus greeting cards.  This… Read More

Announcing: Urbanity Planet!

What would happen if the cost of living on Planet Earth became so high that recent college grads couldn’t afford to live there anymore? They’d pack up their space ships and move to Planet N!#ult0n, of course. My new weekly webcomic, Urbanity Planet, follows the bumblings, ramblings, mistakes… Read More

Gentrification and The Guardian

Today a comic I drew and posted in 2012 was featured on a list on The Guardian.com: “From Doonesbury to Grayson Perry: 10 of the best gentrification cartoons.”  I’m thrilled to be included on this list. Here’s the original comic and post: Next thing you know, there’ll be… Read More

Do you nap on the way to work?

These characters seem to be able to sleep anywhere. I’m churning through the pages of my next self-published slice o’ life mini-comic!  The aim is to have it ready in time to debut at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, MD this September, where I will be a… Read More

User Experience Critique

An early homework exercise in my General Assembly User Experience class was to pick a product or service that you have had a negative experience with and write a letter “breaking up” with them.  I immediately thought of my frustrations with my current car sharing service, Enterprise Car… Read More