Tuesday, November 23, 2010


still needs a few fixes, but it's coming along, second piece in triptych.

Monday, November 8, 2010


first piece of new triptych completed. in this triptych i want the viewer to revisit the fear of visiting the doctor as a child. each image will have a contrast of metal and flesh, vulnerability and emotion vs. cold, lifeless machine i guess. they will also depict devices used today that seem archaic and horrific but are used to perform near miraculous procedures.

Monday, October 25, 2010


"Not for the Squeamish" piece finished I think, as well as the 3rd pig head piece. we will see what my professor has to say.

Sunday, October 24, 2010

work in progress

same piece for "not for the squeamish". coping with death, beauty and the grotesque, White Noise, modern medical marvals and the seemingly archaic techniques used in them, blah blah blah...tired

Monday, October 18, 2010

work in progress

work in progress for "not for the squeamish" class. loosely based on Don Dellilo's White Noise, coping with death, etc. too tired to explain now.

Monday, October 11, 2010

new work

Here are two new pieces for my portfolio class. Since I want to go to continue my education into the medical illustration field, my professor had me buy a pig's head, heart and any other parts from a butcher, compose them and draw them.

Monday, April 12, 2010

new records

went to generation records yesterday and picked up the re-release of Ringworm's amazing first LP "The Promise" as well as the re-release of Integrity's "In Contrast of Sin" ep.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010


My final thesis critique was today, this series depicting The Bacchae as a magazine spread will be in the thesis exhibition in April. In the series I tried depicting explicit sexual scenes through "tasteful", classical drawings, thus creating an irony of sorts and making the viewer feel less "dirty". These illustrations are only as graphic as the viewer is. I've also played with edges and perspective a bit in order to create a drunken, dizzy feel when looking at these drawings. I created static points on the surface by placing edges and divisions of the drawings in unorthodox relations to one another. This hopefully captures the viewers eye, but does not force it to be held there. I want these drawings to make the viewer feel uneasy and dare the audience to keep looking.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010


some new work, almost finished with a few thesis pieces, heres one, and 2 figure studies.