I'm a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living and working in the Boston area. Currently I'm busy creating the design company, dobot and working on a comic book.



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Fionna & Cake piece that I did a while back for a gallery show. Here is the colored piece and the original sketch. 

Cover illustration I did for Boom! Studios a few months back for the TPB, “Sugary Shorts Vol. 1”. It’s officially released starting today! Check it out: http://www.boom-studios.com/adventure-time-vol-1-mathematical-edition-hc-3916.html

Batman piece that I did this last holiday season. I wanted to really embrace the pouring rain as well, just to add a layer of texture and motion.

Fantastic Four piece that I did for a commission last week. I was super excited to tackle the whole crew finally after having done a Sue Richards a while back for myself — I particularly loved doing The Thing and his rock patterning.

A few character designs that I made over the past week. I wanted to start doing some brainstorming in preparation for an upcoming comic series that I’ll be working on. Hopefully these characters will make an appearance in there. If not, at least I have a growing catalogue to work from :)

Issue #3 of The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure by Erik Craddock and I is now available from SLG Publishing on Comixology. Check it out for some zany over the top fun! 

For more details, check out: http://erikcraddock.com/books/cartoon-guidebook-to-absolute-failure/issue-three/

To buy the issue go to: http://www.comixology.com/Cartoon-Guidebook-to-Absolute-Failure-3/digital-comic/48875

For the past 6 months I’ve been hard at work on a book series called “The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure”. I’ve been unable to speak about it too in depth or reveal any details aside from a few preview shots I share occasionally on twitter. It’s been a long time coming, but we finally have a release date schedule mapped out in full for the Cartoon Guidebook to Failure books! My writer and creative partner, Erik Craddock has all the details:

“Good news everybody! We finally have concrete sale dates for issues one and two, and both books will be on sale Wednesday, September 11th, exclusively on comixology.com!

Best of all, issue one will be free to download, and issue two will only cost 99 cents. You hear that? That’s sixty-four pages of pure literary awesomeness for your digital reader of choice for less than a dollar!

So now you have no excuse not to buy it (unless you really don’t want to, which would be really sad…)

As for the other books in the series, we’ll be releasing each issue on a monthly basis, and the first printed volume (with a super awesome cover on it) will coincide with the digital release of issue three in mid-October! So get ready to laugh hard and fail miserably, because our books are coming to your digital bookstore this fall!”

This is an excerpt from his personal site, where we now have all the dates posted and previews from each book :


All book overviews, including page previews:


The first two issues are now officially available on Comixology:


Hope you enjoy them!


My apologies for not having posted in quite a while, but that’s not to say I haven’t been staying busy. Over the past several months I’ve been working on dozens of websites and a book series titled, “The Cartoon Guidebook to Absolute Failure”. Neither of which I have been able to share with the world as of yet, but that will all be coming soon! 

In the meantime, here is a comic cover I did for the issue 4 (Variant B) of the series Polarity, written by Max Bemis of the band Say Anything and published by BOOM!Studios. It may not be in stock anymore, but you can see more of the issues here: http://www.boom-studios.com/polarity-04-cover-b.html 

On a similar note, I may or may not have done another Adventure Time cover recently ;)

If I wasn’t already pumped for a new Evil Dead movie to come out, particularly one that doesn’t suck, imagine how extra pumped I was to have been asked to design an Evil Dead tribute poster during the same opening week. Ash/Bruce Campbell is quite an interesting fellow to draw, and I would happily draw him again. Hopefully someone out there wants a sweet Brisco County Jr. poster next :)

You can get prints of this bad boy here: http://www.strangekidsclub.com/2013/05/03/hail-to-the-king-baby-our-evil-dead-2-print-is-now-on-sale/

Hey everyone,

So it’s been quite a while since I posted anything new, which is very unlike me. Rest assured, I’ve still been extremely busy creating new art, but not all of it are projects or pieces I can pull the curtain off yet. However, one of the things that I can officially announce is the title of my upcoming book series, “The Cartoon Guidebook To Absolute Failure”, written by my great friend Erik Craddock. As you can probably guess by the cover of Issue 1, this book is a little over the top. There will be 6 issues in total, but the first one will be releasing later this summer. For more details directly from the author, check out: http://erikcraddock.com/announcing-brand-new-book-series-cartoon-guidebook-absolute-failure/

We’ll have more to reveal very soon, but for now this will have to do.


A few months back while keeping a daily sketchbook with me I decided to do a rendition of Brad Pitt from Inglorious Basterds, making sure to exaggerate his scowl.

Following my previous Umbrella Academy related post, I did yet another character; Spaceboy.

After great apprehension to do so, I broke and ended up buying a jumbo (12”x17”-ish) Moleskine sketchbook. The size is truly fantastic and really allows your hand and arm to move freely about the page without any worry of constraint. In order to get this bad boy started, I chose to do an illustration of The White Violin from Umbrella Academy by Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba. If you haven’t done so yet, read that comic now… like, right now.

It took me a while to get around to reading it myself actually. Since it came out in the years of my college education, I didn’t allow myself the opportunity of reading it then, although I’m sure it would’ve helped inspire me and my studies in some way, especially considering it was art school. Looking back on it, I didn’t even have good excuse; even the library next door to my house had a copy. In the end, I bought one for myself to enjoy at my own leisure in the comfort of my own home, and man did I enjoy it. So in short, I recommend everyone give it a chance, or at least check it out several times from your library so that it at least makes you feel guilty for not reading it.

On another note:

I initially acquired this massive sketchbook in order to travel with it, but I had not anticipated its scale to that of my backpack. So I’m not quite sure how transportable it will ultimately be, but I plan on taking it for a spin with me to California this Friday for some good old life drawing exercises. If all goes well, I will return home with a more complete and hopefully intact sketchbook. Otherwise this White Violin sketch might be the one and only drawing attributed to this new sketchbook’s name (Heraldo?) that sees the light of day

Enjoy this piece at least and with fingers crossed let’s hope there’s more to come!




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While drawing a few Marvel characters I thought that I’d tackle two of my favorite female characters; Sue Richards and Jean Grey. I love their more vintage look and wanted to represent that in a more modern theme.

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