Regrowth is a short minicomic about trauma and recovery that I drew in the months after I left a hostile work environment. Each panel represents a different stage in the transformation of my art style as I rebalanced my life to devote more time to creative work.
Ballad of the Wind Fish is a bittersweet narrative minicomic that uses the 1993 Game Boy game The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening as a stage to explore the connections between childhood fantasies, nostalgia, and escapism.
The Legend of Haiku is a celebration of the natural environments and quiet moments of the games in the Legend of Zelda series. This 46-page zine collects the work of 28 poets and artists from around the world who have pooled their talents to create a gentle adventure into a beautiful world filled with mystery and discovery.
Haunted Houses contains fifteen pieces of flash fiction and two narrative illustrations about haunted spaces and the terrible people who inhabit them. If you get lost in the words, you might be alarmed at first, but you’ll get used to it. You live here now.
It Never Happened collects fifteen short stories about finding oneself in strange circumstances and adjusting to a new normal. Nothing that takes place in these stories actually happened, of course. Most of what transpires is a little creepy, but it’s important to remember that none of this is real. If you read these stories, you might not be real either, but don’t let that stop you.
Haunted Haiku is a collection of 147 horror-themed short poems. Some are eerie, some are elegiac, some are homages to classic novels and cult films, and some are just weird.
My Favorite Things in Ocarina of Time is a small zine I made to express my appreciation for one of the greatest games in the Legend of Zelda series through an annotated collage of graphics and screenshots.
Ghost Stories collects thirteen short stories that occupy the space between horror, magical realism, and autobiography. These are the stories I tell myself to help make sense of a truth that’s too strange to be believed. Sometimes ghosts are kinder than the living.