New zine which debuted at the 2019 Denver Zine Fest.
My short comic for the Soft Skills Spectacle of Artists on Parade Fundraiser for KBOO and the IPRC. I was accompanied by my dog and spoke about my feelings surrounding my inability to control the image of the dog that I've been entangling myself with- something I so carefully crafted, but is often misconstrued or misunderstood.
The Walk Between Your Place and Mine is a collection of comics written and illustrated in July of 2017 at the Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark.
1. ON NEW FRIENDS
2. LEAVES IN GARDE
3. NEW PRESCRIPTION
5. COMICS I HATE
6. UNLIMITED WILD BIRDS
ALL HAIL QUEEN B.
2014 Zine project. Each page consisted of a different story, and hand stamped cards which created an illustration when pieced together.
The Year of the Samsung Galaxy S8 was a mini-comic created for Ty Warren's Digital Drawing Class at the University of Oregon in the Fall of 2016. It explores ideas such as social media, language, consumerism, the millennial generation and youth involvement with world politics. It was inspired by Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace and a conversation about Donald Trump in the wake of the 2016 election.
It has been printed as a zine, hand stapled and distributed over the last year on campus and around Eugene. Translation by Camilla Markussen (Find her work here.)
Tiny accordion zine from 2016.
3 Packs of mini comics made for Euzine Fest 2018.
1. People Ask Me "Why Do You Like Dogs?"
2. On the Plane Home from St. Paul
3. I Miss the Harris Alley House
1. Even Today
2. My First House
3. I Think I Know Who I Am
A collaborative zine with Bram Rickett.
A Lonely Road: June and Eli (2016) was an experiment in narrative storytelling and Riso Printing. An 8 page comic printed in pink and cornflower blue, it follows June and Eli and their unsuccessful recovery of unnamed documents from an abandoned lab.
With the help of my instructor Isami Ching and the A&AA's sketchy old Riso, I printed 25 copies of A Lonely Road to distribute to my classmates.