Below is an assortment of various projects--everything from posters to book illustrations to comic pages.
Clicking on each thumbnail will open up into a larger image.
The first two illustrations are from "Just So Stories" by Rudyard Kipling: How the Camel Got its Hump & How the Elephant Got its Trunk.
The Mickey Mouse image was a parody of those Energizer commercials.

               

           

   

   

   





   
The above Comic Book pages are from Swamp Thing #26, written by Alan Moore.


                   
The above Comic Book pages are from Uncanny X-Men. Here you can see both the Pencils and Inks for each page side by side.


                   

   
The above Comic Book pages are from Xenozoic Tales. Here you can see both the Pencils and Inks for each page side by side.




The below images are Storyboards from commercials I have done for various clients. A part of pre-production, they are basically the visual version of a script. Storyboards are used to ensure everyone is on the same page and visualizing the same thing, and also as a presentation to the client to ensure the concept is easily understood before production begins. They also help to work out problems and pacing prior to shooting. These are presentation Storyboards.
Storyboards are typically done very quickly, with very little time for completion, so speed is of the essence.
The following clients include: Amatos Italian Sandwich Shops, Louis Chevrolet, Maine Veterans Homes, Time Warner Cable, Napa Auto Parts & the Maine Public Utilities Commission.

               

           

       

       



Although Illustration is my primary focus, here are some designs Ive done in the past for various clients.

           

 
  

    

       



       

   













         



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