I started delicate adventures in 2008 (I usually spell it with all lower case). The premise is that I depict culturally significant figures and events with eggs, from the Village People to Dante and scenes from The Divine Comedy. One goal I had in drawing these boiled down figures was to portray them objectively rather than subjectively. However, I’ve heard that complete objectivity is impossible, so the loss of subjectivity betraying forms is a step in the direction that I want to go.
Under the umbrella of Delicate Adventures, Eggferno follows the lighthearted adventures of Dante and Virgil in the underworld. I have completed the first issue of seven adventures, and I am currently working on the next set of stories.
An illustrated guide to finding some of the most elusive privately owned public spaces in San Francisco.
This is from an illustrated guide to hidden hikes in the San Francisco Bay Area that I did for The Bold Italic.
Hittin' the Oregon Trail is a subversion of edutainment games from the 90s, both in what they attempted to teach, and their failure to do so.
This is an illustrated guide to unusual statues and sculptures in San Francisco's financial district.
Science fiction writer Konstantinos "Kos" Kolafonos wrote a short story about an intergalactic retirement community, on which we then collaborated to turn into a short comic.
Sci-Fi San Francisco is an anthology of science fiction taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area, edited by Bay Area cartoonist Lauren Davis. In 2017-2018, I had the pleasure of contributing this story that Eric Wong and I wrote.
Tomorrow Jerks is my science fiction comedy series, the first part of which I have completed for my MFA in Sequential Arts. The story follows Andrew, Alex, and Bonnie as they narrowly avoid future death at every turn. Please consider reading the comic at tomorrowjerks.com.
I was approached to illustrate this project by two writers who noticed that surf jargon has a tendency to sound suggestive. They put together a list of surfing tips that are also sexual innuendos, and these illustrations are the result. We are currently self publishing the books.
This is an anti-Trump piece on which I worked with San Francisco Bay Area writer Adam Bessie for the anthology Project Censored 2018. The premise of Trump Universe is comparing the "alternative facts" symptomatic of Trump's presidency to Science Fiction tropes.
This is an anti-Trump piece on which fellow cartoonist Eric Wong and I collaborated after the Press Secretary Kellyanne Conway completely fabricated a story about a terrorist attack on Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Cartoonist Joseph Hewitt of Snow Cone City put together an anthology of "Slash Fan Fiction," which is two unlikely properties merged. This is how fellow cartoonist Eric Wong and I came up with Boy Meets Knight Rider, a combination of Boy Meets World and Knight Rider.
The Legend of Sutro Sam is the harrowing story of Sam, an otter looking for the Sutro Baths Palace in San Francisco. My friends Emily and Mike wrote the story and I illustrated it. The Legend of Sutro Sam is availible on the iTunes book store.