03 September 2015

3:30 am

I'm bad at sleeping. I've never been good at it. All my life. Due to the heat I've been having a rough few weeks. I wrote this during one particularly long night.
Please share it if you like it. Thanks!


16 July 2015

Switzerland sketchbook Part 7

I apologize for the day in finishing this. Life & work took over for a while there. As you'll see I added a fun little story at the end in order to cover some of the legends about Mount Pilatus. I hope you like it and, as always, thank you for reading. Leave some love. Like all artists, I am an affirmation junky.

















17 February 2015

Switzerland sketchbook Part 6: Basel and Lucerne

Here is the second to last installment of my recent trip to Switzerland (October 2014). Remind me to draw the next sketchbook journal in pencil, okay? Ink takes entirely too long.

Forgive the spelling mistakes, smudges, folds, and missing words. I'll fix them later when I actually have time to put these together into a book of some kind. For now, enjoy! Leave some love. This blog gets lonely.












09 February 2015

Which Way USA?

Here's some work I did for Highlight's Which Way USA over the past year. Notes & links on each piece below. Which Way USA is a cool online magazine that teaches children about our states through games and puzzles. Be sure to check it out!

Maine Potato Blossom Festival.  What's Wrong?

Mystery Cave, Minnesota. What's Wrong?
Miami Beach, Florida. Hidden Picture.
Saint Mary's Lake, Glacier National Park, Montana. Hidden Picture.
Punkin Chunkin, Delaware. Hidden Picture
Elephant Butte Lake, New Mexico. What's Wrong?

24 December 2014

Merry Fishmas!

One summer in 1983 my brothers, our friend Glenn and I were filleting some sunnies in Pennsylvania's Delaware State Forest. At some point we thought it would be a good idea to put the fish remains on a nearby small pine tree. We called it our Fishmas tree.

Sure, that may sound gross but that night the raccoons celebrated the best Fishmas they would ever have in their short lives.

Merry Fishmas everyone!