I’ve been doing comics since I could hold a crayon. Comics let me show stories instead of just telling them. Many of my comics are about unusual things that have happened in my life.
I am always trying to simplify the drawing and the writing, to capture more with less. I sometimes create comics as objects, where the form of the piece is part of the story.
What People are Saying
Here are a few links about my comics:
- Clay N. Ferno reviews my Lottery Ticket (plus an interview by Doctor Popular)
- Doctor Popular interviews me on Laughing Squid about my Cassette Comic
- Rob Clough reviews my anthology On the Other Hand and my Paperdummy minicomic