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Graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2008, work at Microsoft Game Studios as a Concept Artist, love snakes and westerns and national park rangers and social justice.
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oh man, almost forgot to post my finished piece for the Star Wars: A Saga Revisited show at Gallery Nucleus this past weekend! My piece sold, but I’m pretty sure they’re going to have prints available at some point in the near future.
I adored the Tales from Mos Eisley Cantina/Jabba’s Palace books as a kid, so I wanted to capture some of that same day-to-day vibe - the hustle and bustle of a typical Mos Eisley morning, when you don’t have scoundrels storming in and mussing up the place.
My final piece for the Bower Bird show at Light Grey Art Lab! The idea of the show was to illustrate a collection of yours and, after a fair amount of hemming and hawing, I decided to go with my collection of vintage National Park ranger uniforms. I actually have more pieces than I could fit on the postcard, embarrassingly, but I didn’t want to go too overboard.
You can pick up prints and postcards here in the online shop, as well as check out all of the other mind bogglingly beautiful pieces in this show! Definitely worth a quick browse.
I swear I have a completely reasonable excuse for hoarding all of these,
I’ve never been one to hide the fact that I had a huge crush on the actual-historical-figure-John-Hancock as a kid, but Fallout 4 is making it SO MUCH WORSE by naming a devilishly handsome ghoul after him
(and not to be that kind of nerd, but in-game Hancock is actually wearing the real John Hancock’s extant 18th century suit that is, surprise surprise, on display at the Old State House Museum in Boston)
Excited to finally share my Perseus piece for the COSMOS show at Light Grey Art Lab! So flattered to be a part of this amazing show.
You can purchase prints (including the fiber-optic original) HERE, and you can purchase the actual Cosmos tarot/oracle deck HERE. The deck itself is gorgeous, so I wholly recommend checking it out if you have the chance.