Exhibit at Barrister’s Gallery

An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods will be on display at Barrister’s Gallery in New Orleans in October. The opening reception is October 13. Ryan Burns will also be showing. Please come, if you can! There will be artifacts of another world, books, and drawings for you to look at.

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An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods. Chapter header illustration. 2017.

An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods

An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods is a world-building project that incorporates illustration in a variety of media, artifact making, and a great deal of imaginary lore. This year I am exhibiting this work in the US for the first time. In July I will be having an installation at Big Blue Gallery in Fairfield

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Dode Waterjuffer After Jan Weenix. Illustration from An Illustrated History of Domestic Arthropods. 2017

Graduate School

I am currently in Edinburgh, UK, working on my Masters Degree in illustration at University of Edinburgh. This doesn’t mean that I am not still doing freelance illustration, because I am! I am still working with Antigravity Magazine, and doing lots of other projects for clients in the US and the UK. But being back

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I am an Important Giant. Antenna Gallery, 2016

I am an Important Giant

This group show at Antenna Gallery features miniature artwork by 52 artists including me, and it is one of my favorite exhibits ever. I am so lucky to get to participate in this cool thing. It will be up through the end of April, so go look at it one of these weekends. More info

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Antigravity Magazine. January 2016. Horoscope Illustration

Astrology illustrations in Antigravity

  I am illustrating Antigravity’s astrology column in 2016, which is super fun. Did you know that Capricorn is a fish-goat? I didn’t until I made the drawings for January. Seriously, that is a very strange kind of animal, and now we both know about it. Learn more weird astrology things and look at pictures

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