I’m a freelance illustrator based in Atlanta, Georgia.

My current body of work features historical folklore spanning multitudal expressions of behavioural and cultural significance, esoteric whimsy, and emotional unrest depicted. These concepts often takes the shape of disembodied figures embroiled with internal struggles appearing as preternatural animals. The imagery depicts these figures either succumbing to their demons or emerging victorious, though not without scars.

My work is primarily created with watercolor, colored pencils, a Wacom Intuos5, and Photoshop.

I have been creating and exhibiting my work through numerous installations since 2008.

Watercolor. I love its wild and unpredictable nature—even seasoned users of this medium can and will be surprised by its results.

I was asked to illustrate the cover for a friend’s CD (back when CD’s were still a thing). This was several years back and the work clearly reflects that, but I’m still proud of it.

Doubt, self-loathing, imposter syndrome, and highly caffeinated tea all play a role.