I've been creating visual art and designing for many clients, from bands to authors to software publishers, for many years. Please use the contact page to get in touch if you'd like to commission something.
Digital art. Influenced by Jungian theory of the collective unconscious and our common ancestry in the oceanic depths.
Digital drawing. As I delved into what most would term post-apocalyptic literature, I found the greatest stories in how people adapt differently to a world with social constructs and norms removed. Though the genre is becoming a bit tired, I adore it for its ability to lay bare personal values. Like this scavenger, I generally get along better with animals, anyway. To them, the apocalypse is already here.
Digital art. An early character study from the Realm universe.
Leviathan Rides the Radiowaves
Awaiting Her Decision
Digital art. Created in 2003, one of my earliest pieces and still a personal favorite.
Digital Art. If we are not careful, we grow into the millions of things we would like to be for everyone else's sake, never taking any concrete form and willingly consume the poison of sadists. They will pet you and call you pretty things, even be very gentlemanly or ladylike, as they do your evolving for you.
Digital drawing. Another early character study from the Realm series.
Cassandra the Mute
Digital art. This is no longer the age of seers and prophets. This is the age of warning symbols, terror levels, and pollution meters. This is the age where corporations and governments use these instruments as decoys for meaningful dialogue on regulation, foreign policy, civil liberties, and environmental responsibility. The true Cassandras are indeed very mute below this rainbow of white noise.
What's Become of Us
Charcoal drawing and digital airbrush
Digital drawing of the iconic Marla Singer from Chuck Palahniuk's novel Fight Club
Digital Art. Featured in Juxtapoz Art Magazine
Xumu, the Expectant Mother Unit, figures heavily in the Realm series.
Digital art. Some who claim to commune with the divine become the God of the Dead. They burn up like falling satellites and turn to dust before they ever touch earth.
Digital art. A lone nationalist sits atop the prized and havocked map.
Digital art. There is something strange to me about the commodification of the human body. It must simultaneously be sanctified as beautiful and desirable, but also disposable and as worthless as the next. One of my first pieces attempting a distinctly digital take on Dadaism.
Digital art. In the shift from accepting intelligent design to the evolutionary model, we've come to view our bodies as unholy circuity (not that the idea of design instilled any sense of human potential or individuality). A transhumanist, I am endlessly torn between the bright promises of the future and fear of the recklessness and devaluing of the individual that is our human nature, even at our most selfish.
En:Soul Album Cover
Album cover for several releases for En:Soul Audio, an indie record label.
Sun Buffalo Event Poster
Surreal album art for an event poster.
Daylight Masquerade Album Art
Two views of connected album art for Daylight Masquerade; one scene is stretched across the front and back
Daylight Masquerade Logo
Full-color logo design for Daylight Masquerade, a rock band
Pomme Album Art 1
Album art for Pomme, a wonderful repeat client of mine.
Pomme Album Art 2
Alternate album art for Pomme
Pomme Album Art 3
More album art for Pomme.
Event poster for Pomme
Logo for the band
Logo design for Territory, a metal band
Opium Symphony Band Logo
Logo for the band's record imprint, designed along with a 20-page booklet
Sun Buffalo Logo
Logo for Sun Buffalo, a rock band. One of many.
Kidneythieves Event Poster
Event poster for Kidneythieves, an industrial band
Ensoul Audio Logo
Design for an indie record label. One of many.
Frantic Clam Album Art
Front cover of a 20-page designed booklet for Frantic Clam's release Anatomica