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Storytelling

As a graduate of (and later, instructor at) The Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, the traditional comic format comes naturally to me. Whether working in partnership with a writer, or handling both art and writing myself, I love the challenge of using illustration to tell a story.

Employment Matters

This webcomic was the brainchild of a retired Labor Law Attorney, who brought me on board to create the characters and illustrate each monthly installment.

Employment Matters

This webcomic was the brainchild of a retired Labor Law Attorney, who brought me on board to create the characters and illustrate each monthly installment.

Maxim magazine

I was fortunate to have Maxim as a steady client during its “lad mag” heyday in the early aughts. I did the art for several of their most popular comic series, including “It Came From Third Grade,” “Trust the Tri Pi Girls,” and “Ask Father Johnson”. Certainly some of my most sophisticated work…

Welcome to Suburbia

When I was first hired to illustrate a new comic strip about a suburban housewife for a local magazine, little did I know that 10 years later, not only is the strip still running, but its main character, Molly Matters, has attained near-celebrity status for miles around. She's become the magazine's mascot of sorts, appearing on invitations to special events, on the cover of the 25th anniversary issue, and posing in dozens of photos with fans. Just for fun (and authenticity), I always make sure there's at least one glass of wine in every episode.

Welcome to Suburbia

When I was first hired to illustrate a new comic strip about a suburban housewife for a local magazine, little did I know that 10 years later, not only is the strip still running, but its main character, Molly Matters, has attained near-celebrity status for miles around. She's become the magazine's mascot of sorts, appearing on invitations to special events, on the cover of the 25th anniversary issue, and posing in dozens of photos with fans. Just for fun (and authenticity), I always make sure there's at least one glass of wine in every episode.

Please Don't Lose the House, Dad

This is a panel from my upcoming graphic novel about estate planning, based on my own experience with my father.
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Please Don't Lose the House, Dad

This is a panel from my upcoming graphic novel about estate planning, based on my own experience with my father.
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Living With Les™

Inspired by the recent trend of “boomerang”  kids, aka twenty-somethings moving back home with their parents due to the sucky job market.

Graduate to Converse™

Client Self-Promotion
Medium Ink line, Digital color

Graduate to Converse™

Client Self-Promotion
Medium Ink line, Digital color

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