I enjoy getting lost in my drawings and reading graphic novels. I love capturing moments of a tale and creating them visually through art and design. Early on in my life I was diagnosed with dyslexia, a reading disability; I get easily confused when I read, letters and words interchangeable, sometimes looking like hieroglyphics. Images help me get more out of a story. For example, a hand-made, ceramic ashtray on the counter may not be the focal point of a story, but it can add depth to a scene. A scar on a character's body alludes to a traumatic experience in their past. These small but important details tell a greater story without needing words to contextualize.
Most of my work starts with pencil and paper, is inked, and then scanned into Photoshop. In PS, I do final inks, layouts, lettering, and coloring. If you like what you see and are in need of an illustrator, feel free to contact me!
If you have a graphic novel project, or are in need of an illustrator, don't hesitate to contact me!