Anyone who works full-time knows the difficulty of practicing your craft on the side. I’m no different. It’s been about seven months since my last blog post, which means I’m beyond overdue. Kids, don’t do what I do. My long-term … View Post
Sometimes my humour can be a little dark.
Every year during the month of October, artists from around the world participate in a drawing challenge called Inktober. Since its creation in 2009 by artist Jake Parker, the Inktober challenge has grown in popularity, with thousands of artists participating. … View Post
One reason for pushing the timeline forward to launch my website was because of a significant life change—one that has made me question my financial future. I thought it might be a good idea to start promoting my work and … View Post
If you love nature, this is the sketchbook for you. I’m an avid nature lover and as expected animals and nature appear a lot in my work. Luckily, I live in the Pacific Northwest, a beautiful area with a constant … View Post
Is your art space filled with tons of unfinished work? Mine is. Finishing projects is a common problem for many creative people. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve set aside a drawing or painting to focus on a … View Post
The witch was a character I was developing for a story several years ago. She’s a grumpy old cuss that you wouldn’t want to cross paths with, lest you get turned into a toad or develop boils. I may revisit … View Post
Welcome to the latest version of my site! Over the years my web presence has surfaced with a variety of designs, intentions and urls. This probably speak volumns about my approach to creating art projects(not to mention my approach to … View Post