Thursday, January 24, 2013


I finally got it together enough to draft up a website for my commercial and artistic portfolio, as well as a blog that I'll update a bit more frequently.  Its at

In the meantime, I'll be teaching three classes in Juneau, one class for younger kids and two for teens:  I'm also lucky enough to have a first Friday show at the Alaska Robotics Gallery on Front Street on the first of February.

The classes will be held:

  • Saturday Feb. 9, 10am to noon at the Douglas Library for kids 2nd grade - 4th grade
  • Saturday Feb. 9, 2pm -5pm at the Douglas Library for kids 5th grade - 12th
  • Sunday Feb. 10, 2pm - 5pm at the Valley Library for kids 5th grade - 12th

Sunday, December 30, 2012

La Bodega Portraits

I had the awesome opportunity to draw portraits of all nine staff members at LaBodega this past month for Pamela. They should be up soon in the 'staff picks' area.

Wednesday, September 05, 2012

The Great Talkeetna Festival of Books

I'm going to be two sets of classes and a presentation on Banned Books for the Talkeetna Festival of Books in a few weeks.  Out of excitement, I mocked up a poster based on my daughter Grace in her  Mexican wrestling cape.  The festival is September 21st and 22nd, and I'll be teaching and presenting most of second day. 

F Magzaine!

Over the last few months, I've been fortunate enough to contribute to F Magazine's comic page, along with Pat Race with Alaska Robotics.  Here are the three bi-monthly installments that have gone to press  so far.  I started off with a "Would You Rather" theme, then went back to the old standbys of food, robots, monsters, and ghosts.  I'll post more up as new issues come out. 

Sunday, May 27, 2012

U.K. Travel Diary pt. 2

Here's part two of my Uk food sketchbook. These are some of the most standard, workaday food I had on the trip. The walnut and triekle pie (kind of like molasses) was a really rich pecan pie type dessert.

Champ is the national dish if Northern Ireland, mashed potatoes, cream and leek.

The cinnamon scone is famous worldwide and found in this little coffee shop, the Baytree, down an alley in my wife's hometown, Holywood, N. Ireland. It's a buttery, flaky scone, more like a Southern biscuit, covered in caramelized sugar and cinnamon.



Thursday, May 24, 2012

U.K. Food Travel Diary

While on my recent extended trip to Northern Ireland, North England and Scotland rather than do a standard sketch diary, I just catologued all the food. There was a lot of food.




Friday, March 02, 2012

More Mustache March photos

After the first picture was posted up, the donations started to roll in!  Amazing.  Thanks everyone!

The Amazing Grace and the Terrible Two!

To keep busy and productive, while being a busy dad, I've made a goal to do a birthday print for my daughter as well as our family's awesome holiday card.  This is this year's endeavor, which includes the Mighty Mite's love of pirates, sweet belts, and being in charge of everything.  The eye patch is pending.  

Mustache March is on

Nils, thanks for the donation!

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

My Magnificent March Mustache!

Mustache March is in full swing and my beard has magically fallen away to reveal a magnificent March mustache. The only thing left to do is donate money to it to support the good work at Covenant House as a sign of respect. As was the plan last year, everyone who donates will have get a unique picture of grace in a mustache posted to Facebook in their honor. How can you not donate? (hint: you must!)

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