2019 has been a very busy year! My newest book came out in September, from Egmont, titled, “Where’s the Wookiee 3.” I believe it is my best work to date. Autographed copies are available for sale in my shop now!
I’ve also done these fun seek-and-finds for Pixar, Entertainment Weekly, and Ohio State University’s Alumni Magazine.
They are a type of art featuring very densely packed scenes with hidden objects to be found. I draw Where’s the Wookiee, a seek and find book taking place in the Star Wars Universe, featuring the characters, locations, space ships and icons found across the Lucasfilm canon.
I also draw these illustrations for magazine editorials, most recently in Entertainment Weekly’s Game of Thrones’ Mega-issue. I have also drawn illustrations for the Atlantic, and Wired Magazine.
I did a pretty dope run on the dopest fascist in science fiction: JUDGE DREDD.
Together with Douglas Wolk, writer of Judge Dredd: Mega City Two, Erick Freitas, Co-Writer of Judge Dredd: Mega City Zero and Judge Dredd: Blessed Earth, and award winning artists; Dan McDaid, Dan Irizarri, Pablo Tunica, Ryan Hill, and Melody Often. Together, we told an epic quest, reapproaching the character outside of his usual dystopic city surroundings, and placing him in a world where the Law must be reinvented.
The character was originally conceived by the combined genius of writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra in the pages of 2000 AD, March 1977.