T shirt designs

I recently created a t shirt design for an organization near and dear to my heart: the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting.

Also, two t shirt designs I created years ago for WHY Louisville are being reissued by The Marvelous Mystery and will be available for purchase starting August 1, 2018:




Forkémon GO for Do502

I was recently commissioned by Do502 to create a parody of Pokémon GO featuring local celebrities as a promotion for the Forecastle Festival. Design and layout by Sean Cannon.

New Children’s Book Out Now!

I illustrated a brand new childrens book called “If You Take Me to Kentucky.” The book was written by Sylvia Holden and features two dinosaur friends on a road trip to explore all the adventures Kentucky has to offer. Available locally at Carmichael’s Bookstore and online from Early Works Press.

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A Weekend of Love & Resistance


3 days, 35+ Bands/Artists, 2 Stages. Free during the day and sliding scale suggested donations for the night shows, All proceeds directly benefit the ACLU of Kentucky and Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, plus donation opportunities for several other social justice oriented nonprofits, who will have booths available with information about volunteering, support, and further involvement in the community. Event info here: https://www.facebook.com/events/285654781865073/

Recent Illustrations

In early January, I broke my dominant hand– my drawing hand. It was a big setback initially, but I ended up exploring other ways of working and it didn’t end up being quite so bad. I drew with my left hand a lot and played around with collages and other experiments. Here are some of the first ones I attempted:



I ended up doing a couple of pieces for Louisville Magazine using my left hand and some digital manipulation- I’m pretty proud of how these turned out.


This was a piece that was initially submitted for Jack Welch’s “Just Sayin” column, but we ended up reworking as the image below: I did end up drawing the lady with my right hand as it was starting to heal, but it hurt quite a bit:


This one was for Mary Welp’s Dine In column. I drew the oranges and scallop shells really big with my left hand and then shrunk them down and played with them in photoshop.