In the distant mists of the 1980’s, master gamesmith Lee Garvin created Tales from The Floating Vagabond, a roleplaying game (RPG) for adults of legal drinking age featuring dimension-hopping, genre-mixing comedic storytelling. Lee successfully ran a Kickstarter in 2013 to publish a second edition of TF2V. Unfortunately, the Universe had developed a major grudge against […]
Inspired by her long hours at sea, my mother’s first poetry collection is also my first illustrated book! Learn more about our remarkable collaboration…
In which I finally take the plunge and begin coloring my work for Poems of the Night Watch – by first limiting my options!
I took a break from sketchblogging last fall when a hip injury started interfering with my work. One year and one surgery later, I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve left my agency job and successfully transitioned to freelance artist. I’m working for the best client in the world: my mother! Her latest book, Poems of […]
I’m currently illustrating Poems from the Night Watch by Arliss Ryan, a forthcoming poetry collection about the constellations. Sagittarius’s poem describes his attempt to master the bow and arrow, thinking he’ll be a natural at first and then surprised at how much hard work it takes to become an effortless archer. In a similar bout […]
I’m currently illustrating Poems from the Night Watch by Arliss Ryan, a forthcoming poetry collection about the constellations. The poems for Lupus, Canis Major, and Canis Minor explore the domestication of the dog, so I’ve been researching how prehistoric people might look as well.
I experimented with drawing different kinds of eyes and I have a penchant for creepy. I’m gradually doing one made-up creature for each letter of the alphabet in hopes of doing a coloring book one day. I post each drawing to Facebook with the letter and invite my friends to name it.
I hope the creators of Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts ask me to design mutes for them one day.
I am among the luckiest of artists. Not only did my parents encourage and support my creativity without reservation, they occasionally engage me to work on their projects. My mother’s sixth novel tells the story of a lovable everyman confronted with a series of miraculous, inexplicable events. Authors rarely have much say in their novels’ […]