Drawings and sketches with a focus on exaggeration and line work.

Grandma vs. Zombies

Even though I am mostly known for my chalk art, I have been working hard to make my illustration and cartooning work seen by a wider audience. I have had the good fortune to work with author J.B. O’Neil on a couple of his books, which focus on good natured, gross-out humor that pre-teen kids …

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I have done webcomics for various sites over the years, and one I enjoy coming back to (when they’ll have me) is Not what you’d call family friendly, the-gutters is as it’s name implies, a down-and-dirty look at the comic industry and all of the things that go with it. Below are my finished … webcomics Read More »

2014 Toy Fair Illustration

I have made several appearances over the years at the International Toy Fair in New York City, creating chalk art for the Toy industry Association and Peru Meridian Studios. For this past show, I was given the theme of “Creative Play” and created an image series that I would redraw in large-scale chalk live during …

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