Let me tell you a bit about myself. I’ve been drawing things for as long as I can remember, and from my terrible memory, those early things I drew were mostly dinosaurs and monsters, because I’m a boy. When I was probably about 10 I started drawing my first comic, “The Adventures of Incredocat and Catwoman!”, which I now realize infringes on multiple copyrights. Growing up, I studied art as much as I was allowed to, and played with drawing, painting, sculpture, you name it.
When I was about 15 I started drawing a second comic, “Zoe”, about a girl who was sucked through some sort of space-time portal into another world and had to fight aliens and robots. This was mostly inspired by going through puberty and playing video games, I think. Then, when I was about 17, I started a third comic, “Day Job“, about the minutia of working in retail, and pretty much stuck with that one for a while.
I studied film and art in college, and my comic, Day Job, ran for several years in the Anne Arundel Community College newspaper before I moved on to a university, eventually graduating with an Associate and Bachelor degree in Film with a minor in Art. After graduating I spent 7 years working for Discovery Communications, specializing in broadcast, video, and digital media. During that time, I also created the comic “This is 65“, and subsequently the brand This is 65, which encompasses all of my creative exploits, from comics to short films, and even podcasting.
Please take a look around my site so you can see for yourself the variety of work I produce. I would love to do business with you, whether it’s a commissioned illustration, comic, or even video. Don’t hesitate to contact me so we can make something amazing together!