Between 2009 and 2014, I wrote and illustrated a weekly comic strip called “Fickle Theatre.” Strips were featured on websites including Cracked.com and CollegeHumor.com.
Illustrations of unexpected endings, which tackle such diverse subjects as people who were ghosts all along, ghosts who were aliens all along, and robots who were actually robots.
Figure drawings and illustration in charcoal, pencil, pastels, and more. (Warning: fine art nudity!)
Illustrations for a presentation on “The History of Communication,” used by the the international news and media company Thomson Reuters.
Between 2005 and 2011, I wrote and illustrated a bi-weekly comic strip called “Glass Half Empty.” It originally ran in my high school newspaper, the Stuyvesant Spectator, and continued to run in my college magazine, the University of Pennsylvania’s First Call.
Illustrations for a presentation on the concept of “Win/Win",” used by the international news and media company Thomson Reuters.