Poster designed for ArtCrank Boston. The prompt was simply to make a poster about biking, and I injected a little New England flavor. The final product was 30 screenprinted posters.
A short comic about rodents dealing with the plague. Brush pen linework with an ink wash.
Iraq War Reflections
A short comic made in response to a series of letters home from Iraq War soldiers. Ink linework with a coffee wash and gouache highlights.
The Critterbury Tales
A sample comic of my webcomic The Critterbury Tales, a series of comics about famous works of literature acted out by crude little animals.
You Are What You Eat
A representation of the phrase "You Are What You Eat. For those unfamiliar with the seminal classic "Transformers," pictured is Optimus Prime, a robot who can transform into a truck. And he's eating a truck. Woah. Dip pen linework with digital color.
This was a slideshow presentation created for National Grid Sustainability Hub in Worcester, MA. A staff member would guide visitors through the presentation to learn about the history of Worcester and National Grid's Sustainability Efforts. Made for Boston Productions, Inc.
Pictured are a sample of a title card and informative pop-ups during a series of informative videos about the history of the John Deere company. Made for Boston Productions, Inc.
A series of Wooden Magnetic Hangman games created for the T.S. Shure toy company.
A series of Wooden Magnetic Dolls created for the T.S. Shure toy company. They are anatomically correct, so be careful as you scroll down the page as it becomes not suitable for work.
Packaging for a set of foam planes with sticker decals. Made for T.S. Shure toy company.