School is wrapping up in a few weeks, and after that I can finally turn my attention back to the comic and zine projects I have been slowly picking away at.  Here is another page from the Red Masks comic without any text.  I will be exhibiting at Boston Comiccon this August, and this book will hopefully be done by then.  The final reproduced version will be in black and white, but I worked up color versions of these pages for my online portfolio.


London 2: Jaguar

"London 2: Jaguar" (April 2014)
10"x16" Mixed Media and Digital

London 1: Pharaoh

"London 1: Pharaoh" (April 2014)
10"x16" Mixed Media and Digital

One of a new series of drawings based on my travels in London.

The Monster

"The Monster" (April 2014)
12”x18” Ink, Pencil, Gouache, Thread, Acrylic, and Photoshop


The Wild Hunt

"The Wild Hunt" (April 2014)
12"x18" Mixed Media and Photoshop


Fog Cutter

"Fog Cutter" (April 2014)
12"x18" Ink, Pencil, Gouache, and Photoshop

12"x18" High Quality prints of this piece are available in my etsy shop (www.etsy.com/shop/workweak).


I just finished up this album cover for Boston based musician Scorpia. I did a bunch of photography and other experiments for her, and had freedom to do whatever I wanted for the cover. That sort of freedom can be a blessing and a curse sometimes, but it was a fun project to work on as I’ve been spending so much time and energy on school work.

The Hag

"The Hag" (April 2014)
12” x 18” Ink, Acrylic, Gouache, and Photoshop


"Berserker" (April 2014)
8” x 10” pencil, ink, gouache, acrylic, and photoshop

Insult to Injury

"Insult to Injury" (March 2014)
9” x 12” x 2” Mixed Media on textured canvas

Under Pressure

"Under Pressure" (February 2014)
12” x 18” Graphite, Ink, and Photoshop
Sometimes being in art school feels like fighting a giant sea monster in a sinking submarine.  You are stressed out all the time, and even though the submarine looks cool it’s full of smelly weirdos.


"Nero" (February 2014)
8” x 12” Graphite, Tape, and Photoshop
This illustration was produced for a new batch of promotional materials (business cards, postcards, etc…) I will also have prints in my etsy shop (www.etsy.com/shop/workweak) once I run some test prints.

Crystal Castles

"Crystal Castles" (February 2014)
Ink, Pencil, Gouache, and Digital


Ink, Xerox, Acrylic, and Tape in sketchbook.

Red Phantom

I have been working away at the first Red Masks comic.  The printed book will be in black and white, but I am colorizing the pages for my portfolio and online display.  Here is the one of the complete pages without text.

The Watch

Here is a piece I just wrapped up for a client.  The final version will most likely be cropped in quite a bit.  I like the overall composition of this one, so I thought I would post the full piece here.  I will post more info on release info when I get the thumbs up to share it.
Digital prints of this piece are available at www.etsy.com/shop/workweak

Black and White Thesis Illustrations

"Descent to the Zenith"
“Ritual Knife”
“Flying Ointment”
“Drawing Down the Moon”
“Cottage Witch”
“The Horned One”

I have always been a much bigger fan of black and white art than I have color work. For everyone else who shares my tastes, here are the original black and white versions of the 7 main pieces from my year long thesis project. My thesis was an investigation into witchcraft, paganism, and the occult. The final colorized versions of these pieces all came out well, but there is something about the black and white versions that doesn’t come across in the color versions.

All of these pieces were produced between August and December of 2013. They are all 12”x18” mixed media on illustration board or paper.

Digital prints of all these pieces are available at www.etsy.com/shop/workweak

The Horned One

"The Horned One" (November 2013)
12” x 18” Transfers, Acrylic, and Photoshop

Drawing Down the Moon 2.0

"Drawing Down the Moon 2.0" (November 2013)
24” x 36” x 2” Transfers and Acrylic on Birch panel

Cottage Witch 2.0

"Cottage Witch 2.0" (November 2013)
12” x 18” x 2” Transfers and Acrylic on Birch Panel

Thesis Spot Illustrations

A few spot illustrations from my year long illustration thesis project investigating witchcraft, paganism, and the occult.

Ritual Knife 2.0

"Ritual Knife 2.0" (November 2013)
24” x 36” x 2” Transfers and Acrylic on Birch Panel

Flying Ointment 2.0

"Flying Ointment 2.0" (November 2013)
24” x 36” x 2” Transfers, Acrylic, and Collage on Birch Panel