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There's so much to be said about an individual artist/designer/illustrator/cartoonist's experiences and journey to get where they want to be. I could go on for a long time about when I began my studies, how and when I knew what I wanted to do, what my style is, what I work in, and how far I've come. Because of all… Read More
There's so much to be said about an individual artist/designer/illustrator/cartoonist's experiences and journey to get where they want to be. I could go on for a long time about when I began my studies, how and when I knew what I wanted to do, what my style is, what I work in, and how far I've come. Because of all that, I'll focus on what I think is most important.

Drawing and trying out any medium that could create a picture was always an interest of mine, but it was towards the end of high school that I realized how much I appreciated comics and cartoons--not so much for the stories and characters (though I love those too), but for the rich colors, the line art quality, the graphic expression of the stories. From there, I continued to focus on drawing better, but was soon introduced to graphic design and digital arts. In my mind, all of these creative fields and methods overlap in some way. That is why and how I came to learn as much as I could about illustration, photo manipulation, logo design, graphic design, and general graphic communications. They all went back to my love of comics, and I feel as though I have a well-rounded understanding of artistic styles and tools.

Having received my BA in Digital Art, and testing out the waters with Graphic Design in a graduate program, I continue to improve and learn by DOING. I work as a freelance artist to not only transition into an illustration career (or a general creative career) but to get better at what I do.

I am lucky enough to have caught the attention of Jeff Gaither and Eli Roth with some of my illustrations, and have been even luckier to get involved in the convention circuit. In addition to having four comics, so far, published through the Louisville Cartoonist Society, I currently get involved with them when possible and display my comics at their Derby City Comic Con table. I can also sometimes be seen with small exhibitions at Sukoshi Con and Fandomfest. I'm looking to broadening my horizons as far as these exhibitions and booths go.

I am also involved with splash pages and panels for Pantheon Comics, as well as doing some collaborative comic coloring with local comic artists. Both line art and digital coloring are things I would love to further pursue on a professional level.

My works can be found on Redbubble, Tumblr, and DeviantArt, just to name a few of my bigger sources. Read Less
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While I specialize in digital coloring and illustration, I work in many areas for various audiences. Here you're bound to see a mixture of personal and professional work, but mostly commissions and designs I have done for other individuals and companies/organizations. While I have created or edited these, the resp… Read More
While I specialize in digital coloring and illustration, I work in many areas for various audiences. Here you're bound to see a mixture of personal and professional work, but mostly commissions and designs I have done for other individuals and companies/organizations. While I have created or edited these, the respective organizations own what I have made for them.

You will see:

-LOGO DESIGNS

-LOGO DRAFTS

-TYPOGRAPHY

-ILLUSTRATION

-POSTER DESIGN Read Less
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