illustration

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These are select pages from a children’s story I illustrated and self-published with my dad (the author). They’re a tribute to Dr. Seuss, someone who’s drawings helped me through the throes of childhood, adolescence and now, adulthood. If you’re at all curious you can check it out on Amazon, or even take a gander on the book’s very own website.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

This next gallery is simply a wider selection of my abilities. Most of my stuff is dreamy and cartoony—perfect for kids—and I revel in adding funny, inconsequential details. I work primarily with ink and paper and will occasionally add color and edits afterward in Photoshop, Illustrator, or Gimp. I’ve started to move more towards digital art (see the H.E.R. logo I made for an imaginary editorial company, and the penguin, a logo I designed for Union County’s annual Walk for Warmth event), but I’ll always cater the medium to the work itself.