Artist, Illustrator, Snacker.
"The older we get the less we use our imaginations, so let's never grow up."
I specialize in cartoons, character design, drawing, illustration, painting, pen and ink, watercolor.
I started a new youtube series called Paint With Frenemy. Channeling Bob Ross in short painting videos. Check it out if you like and please like an subscribe! I'lll be posting new videos every Sunday 9am eastern time. This week video I paint a happy little taco with some stop motion animation mixed into the painting process. Link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Hfj3xBju_c
Painted my favorite cartoon characters from when I was a kid as part of an Instagram live paint jam with my friend and comic Artist Michael Chuah. We both did our own versions. It was fun.
Wear a mask. Stay inside!
Something a little different than my normal work. I just started a tattoo apprenticeship so I am learning to draw in traditional tattoo flash style. My old style of illustration work will not go anywhere. I am continuing that but just growing artistically and learning something new.
gouache and watercolor on arches paper.
Mural recently painted in Oklahoma City for Plaza Walls mural expo.
Rooftop mural for a new co-working space Work not Work in Saigon, Vietnam.
Character painted at a graffiti jam in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
86cm x 71cm Gouache and watercolor on paper. Painting for an upcoming exhibition. A look inside my imagination.
Gouache and watercolor on paper.
gouache on paper.
“I Never Noticed The House Was On Fire” This is a painting for an upcoming group exhibition about memories. When I was a kid I grew up in a household where my parents were functioning alcoholics. They gave me toys, put me in front of the tv, and sent me outside to play to keep me distracted from what was going on. When I look back almost all of my childhood memories revolve around these things. I became obsessed with these imaginary worlds and I learned to draw by copying my favorite cartoons and characters from children’s books. It was not until I was much older, that the truth could no longer be hidden from me. The imaginary world of cartoons and books kept me shielded from the harsh realities of home. As I grew into an adult that form of coping grew with me as I created my own imaginary places inspired by the ones I loved as a child. A healthy place to escape.
for a soon to be released collab with Artwist Watches.
about 2ft x 3 ft watercolor and gouache on paper.
Mural for a primary school in Tel Aviv.