Tag Archive: prints and ephemera

  1. Driftless Magazine feature

    I am pleased to have my comics featured in the sixth issue of a midwestern lifestyle magazine, Driftless.  After following the work of Shelly, Leah and Anna (editors), I approached them about creating illustrations for the magazine. I was thrilled when they wanted to print 4 spreads of my comics instead! They chose some of my dating comics, plus the …

  2. 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 year, I had three mini-comics, a four-part …

  3. East London Comics and Arts Fest!

    In just a couple weeks I’ll be tabling at the 5th ever ELCAF.  I am thrilled to have been accepted and can’t wait to meet new comics artists and creators! The East London Comics and Arts Fest runs June 10-12th at the Round House Chapel,  and admission for the full weekend is 10 pounds.  I’ll be …

  4. Commuter Naps is here!

    Studies show that you can improve sleep-deprived brain chemistry by taking short naps throughout the day.  The characters in my new book, Commuter Naps, seem to have figured this out. Released on April 11th, this book of illustrations shows ordinary people on their way to work, some of whom happen to be sleeping.  Commuter Naps was printed using …

  5. New minicomic: Commuter Naps

    For two years, I’ve been working on an idea for a book of illustrations, and I’m pleased to announce that this project finally has a release date: April 11th, 2016!  Commuter Naps is a collection fantastical ink wash drawings showing urban dwellers sleeping in strange places on their way to work.  Whether it’s walking the dog or riding a bike, …

  6. Free Comic about Your Life Round 2!

    Remember how in mid-January I announced a drawing? Well, here’s the winner of that first round: Emelio DiSabato! Emelio gave me a story from his life, and I turned it into a comic. He’s currently an M.A. in Teaching English candidate at Columbia, and also has drawn some comics of his own! Hooray! Congrats, Emelio! And …

  7. More snark in the mail

    I never send timely thank you notes and I’m tired of feeling guilty about it. I made the card that says exactly what I’m thinking.  Do you feel this way, too?  Express yourself freely with one of my new greeting cards. Printed by Matt Davis at Perfectly Acceptable Riso.  $4 plus shipping.  

  8. Small Press Expo = Amazing

    I had such an awesome time at the Small Press Expo: I met incredible comics creators, inspiring artistic minds, and relished in sharing my excitement about this industry with hundreds of equally excited fans.  In the time that I’ve been drawing comics (about 4 years) I’ve never felt so supported and motivated to keep working. …