Comics

I'm a comics writer, cartoonist, and self-publisher. Here are some of my projects from the past, present, and future:

collaborations as a writer


HOLY F*CK (2015, comic book published by Action Lab: Danger Zone)
art by Daniel Arruda Massa - buy Holy F*ck on comiXology



SUPER HATERS
(2009-2014, webcomic and self-published minicomics)
art by my awesome friends, including the above piece by Brandon Williams



TIME LOG
(2010-2011, webcomic and self-published comic books)
art by Shawn Atkins, Paige Shoemaker, and Justique Woolridge



A TASTE OF THE SEA
(2010, short story published in Arcadia)
art by Eduardo Savid



ANNABELLE MADE OF CARAMEL
(2012, anthology submission)
art by Cat Neligan



BUSHIDO REVOLVER
(2011, minicomic published by Workshop 13)
art by Shawn Atkins



CAPTIVE AUDIENCE
(2010, magazine submission)
art by Kundo Krunch


solo stories


STICK CATS
(2011-present, webcomic and self-published minicomics)



RUN BACKWARDS + POSTREMO
(2012-2013, short stories)



HEAT SEEKER
(2012, 24-hour comic)



THE EDGE OF THE EARTH
(2013, published in My Name Is Jonah #3)



THE DEMON FROM MY BUTT
(2013, animation pitch)



ZELDA
(2013, anthology submission)



PASSAGE
(2011, self-published minicomic)



MAXIMUM CACTUS
(2010, 24-hour comic)



I HATE COMICS FOREVER
(2011, short story)


collaborations as an artist


COFFEESCRIPT IN ACTION
(2014, comic strips for the Manning textbook)
scripts by Patrick Lee



SUPER HATERS
(2009-2014, webcomic and self-published minicomics)
co-written with Justique Woolridge



EXTREME LOST KISSES #1
(2010, minicomic published by Silber Media)
written by Brian John Mitchell



ZOMBIE PALIN
(2008-2009, webcomic and self-published minicomic)
co-written with Pete Borrebach



STRIP TEASE
(2003-2004, comic strips published in The Tartan)
co-written with Scott Niekum


more comics stuff


anthologies

I've had my work featured in a number of anthologies over the years. Check out a full list of them here.



conventions

I've also exhibited at a bunch of comic book conventions and small press fairs. Learn about some of the shows I've attended here.



digital comic cards

A few years ago, I developed a way to share digital comics through a physical product. I call them digital comic cards.