I’m a storyteller at heart, and I’ve been lucky to work in several different concentrations at the same time during my career.
Published by Fantagraphics and SpongeBob Comics, I earned an MFA in Cartooning from the Center for Cartoon Studies. I have also created several webcomics.
Comics and design go hand in hand for producing illustrations. I’ve done illustrations for companies like Storz Brewery and Slate.com
I have been working professionally as a graphic designer since 1995, and I am now currently the creative director at Hurrdat, a digital marketing agency in Omaha, Nebraska.
Announcing My Latest Comic and Patreon
I hinted at this on my last post, but I’ve been working hard on getting a new comic ready to share. I haven’t posted any work online since they still called them “webcomics.” Either way, I’ve been tooling with this comic for the better part of ten years and I’ve...
Giving Yourself Permission to Play
How are you doing? I’ve been busy. It’s been three years since we last talked. I was promoting a documentary. I’ve since helped out on another documentary. It’s good. They are both streaming on Amazon Prime Video if you want to watch them. I knew a lot about the...
The world changed overnight, and I forgot to make a big deal about our movie being released. I’m sure like me, all of you have been stunned by the spread of the COVID–19. I hope you are home. I hope you are safe. And I hope you are healthy. I am all three (home, safe,...
I recently completed a strip for Seven Days again and realized that it's been over a year since I last posted here. A lot has happened since then. TLDR: I was depressed. Bad Medicine In August 2018, I heard back from my cardiologist. I had finished my 6 month checkup...
“I believe in the Church of Baseball.”
This week is the 30th anniversary of one of my favorite films, Bull Durham. It's considered to be one of the best sports movies of all time. I think it's more than that. Granted, it's a fantastic sports movie, and even if you aren't someone that likes sports, there is...
I can finally share something very near and dear to my heart. Jason Lutes, our sturdy CCS captain and one of the best people I’ve ever met, finished his masterpiece Berlin. It’s been a two decade journey for him and it finally culminated this year....