Comics that engage the eye. Stories that bring us together.
I’ve dreamed of creating comics since I was ten years old, and not much has changed since then! At this point in my career, I create short, engaging comic stories that mirror universal human experiences. Comics are my whole heart, and I put my whole heart into every one.
The Feline Guide to Grief
A short comic about the death of a pet. I created this one to help a family member process the loss of her cat, and since then, it has helped many more people. [12 pages, grayscale, 5.5×8.5, staple bound.]
A graphic novella about a young woman protected by the flock of crows she feeds on her way to work each day. This comic touches on some challenging topics typical to bus pedestrian life, and is not recommended for younger audiences. [80 pages, grayscale, 5.5×8.5, print format TBD.]
“This little book provided so much comfort to me in the weeks after my cat died. It’s the most meaningful gift anyone could have given me.“
– Recipient of “The Feline Guide to Grief”