Portland Monthly - Wreck the Halls
Here is a fun Holiday illustration for Portland Monthly. I got to combine imagery from four different holiday theater productions here in Portland. A few...
My girls are always so inspiring. It’s really easy to be swept up by the unbridled imagination that literally flows through them at all times. During our...
I got to do a fun one for this week's Entertainment Weekly about the Alamo Draft House Cinemas. It was a unique panoramic format that ran across the header of a...
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
LA Weekly - Starlet Bandit
I did three interior spots for a featured story in LA Weekly about a pimp and his prostitutes responsible for a string of bank robberies.
Celebrity Portraits: Cosmic Marilyn This Thing... :/ Ron Perlman Tilda Swinton (with ermine) So this image is both a portrait of Rihanna...
LA Weekly - Buddha Jackson
Here’s a recent spot for LA Weekly commenting on the reverence and devotion Michael Jackson fans have for his mother Katherine Jackson.
I’ve been taking some time away from the studio to go on adventures with my little girls, because they won’t stay this small forever. While we were relaxing on...
LA Weekly - Spots
A few spots from recent months for LA Weekly: Squid Watching off the coast of California Navtech Trucar mapping the world Bill Murray Appreciation...
This was a full page for Portland Monthly Magazine about the trials and hardships faced by a local theater to make a stage production out of Ursula Le Guin's book...
Left Hand of Darkness
Delaware Today - Bad Valentine
I was approached by Louise Bolin at Delaware Today to illustrate a tragically humorous story of a Valentine's date gone bad.
Boy's Life Magazine - Extreme Survival Stories
I was asked to do a sort of Sequential treatment of 5 different Survival Stories. I was really excited to be working with Scott Feaster on this one. The shark...
Spring Scoot 19
Spring time is here again, and that means the first scooter rally of the season in Portland. I was asked again to do a poster for the event. This time I got to do...
Penthouse Magazine - Secret Agent Man
Illustrations for a feature in Penthouse Magazine. A humorous guide to pretending to be an international man of mystery to win over the opposite sex.
A Million Dollars In Change
E-book cover for a young adult fiction piece by William Campbell.
This was a poster to advertise an art exhibit in the Faroe Islands. The art exhibit challenged the assumption that homosexuality is a choice in light of the fact...
Rodeo Spot - LA Weekly
Fun editorial Spot for LA Weekly about Rodeo performers and how there really is no money in it unless you win. Super fun job! Other Sketches:
The following are five pages and cover art for an excerpt from a story I was writing inspired by my grandmother's experiences in the Polish Underground during the...
Penthouse Magazine - End of the World!
Illustrations done for a story features in Penthouse Magazine about the 2012 end of the world.
Alternative Weeklies and Spots
No where is illustration more loved than in the Alternative Weekly Papers. I've had the pleasure of working with a number of them over the years. Here are a few...
The Flea - The Graphic Canon
A reinterpretation of the 17th century metaphysical poem by John Donne called The Flea into comic book form. This Love/Seduction poem has fantastic metaphors and it...
A few Examples of Posters I've Designed with Type "She's Not There" - the Zombies "Spring Scoot 18" "Spring Scoot 17" "El Paso" ...
Minnesota Monthly Feature
When this staff writer comes face to face with his partner’s infatuation with the Minnesota State Fair, he must decide whether or not he can learn to love the...
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