My submission for Lilies Vol. 3: Golden Lily! This volume has all silent comics, meaning no dialogue, sound effects, or writing of any kind. That meant that the entire story had to be told through acting, which was quite the challenge.Read More
You meet a pigeon on the street who looks tired and hungry. What will you do? Feed it? Kick it? Or just walk on by? Choose wisely- your world may never be the same.
This is Pigeon of Destiny, an interactive storyline comic in the style of “Choose Your Own Adventure” novels. Growing up, I always enjoyed those old CYOA books from the 70’s and 80’s. It was like a game to try and find every possible story ending, and the books kept me reading for hours. I wanted to see what that type of story format would look like as a comic. Pigeon of Destiny is that experiment. Though the storylines are simple, I got an appreciation for the organization that goes into making one of these.Read More
Since they were kids, Sara has been secretly in love with her best friend Daysha. For as long as she can remember, she's been trying to find ways to tell Daysha how she feels. This time, 5-year-old Sara uses a telescope and notepad to get her message across.
I wanted to further explore the friendship between the two main characters of my romantic comedy, One Lucky Bride. It's only a 4 pager, very brief. But I like it. I enjoyed the challenge of only using blue to get that nighttime effect.Read More
One Lucky Bride is a 32 page romantic comedy currently in production. Its a remake of the 1925 silent film Seven Chances starring Buster Keaton. In my version, Sara, a young entrepreneur on the verge of bankruptcy, discovers she is heir to a cool $700,000,000. The catch? She has to get married by 7:00 pm that evening! Will she get up the courage to propose to her longtime crush Daysha? Will things get completely out of hand? Follow along!Read More
In late August 2015 I visited New York for the first time. Join me as I bumble my way around the city, visiting sites such as the World Trade Center, Times Square, and Central Park. Will I see all the sights? Was that hot dog really New York-style?Read More
Short autobiographical story about one day in southeastern Utah. Rocks, cows, stars. This place has it all. Originally done as a school assignment in December 2014, over the summer I polished up the inking and coloring to present this improved version. Completed August 2015.Read More
The life and times of a cheerio. This was my portion of a longer collaboration from my Comics course at the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, OR. Completed Spring 2015.Read More
Non-linear comic featuring a rooster who wants pie and faces infinite possibilities.Read More
The story of the migrating Vaux's Swifts that crowd into one Portland chimney, and the people who love them.Read More
All the cardinals in the tree want to be the reddest, the biggest, and the best singer. But what happens to those that don't measure up?Read More
Autobiographical story about the time Dad brought home a pet I did not want.Read More
The prairie chicken is not a chicken at all, but rather a grouse type thing whose claim to fame is its distinctive "booming" call and its MC Hammer like mating dance.Read More