South of Chicago, North of St. Louis, United States
As an illustrator, I've created artwork for everything from greeting cards to theme park design to roleplaying games and comics. In that time, the highlight has been my work on Athena Voltaire, which earned an Eisner Award nomination in 2005 and was included in St. Martin's "The Year's Best Graphic Novels, Comics and Manga" (2004 edition). I was also nominated for the Russ Manning Most Promising Newcomer Award in 2007 for my work on the series.
Additional comics work includes 24: Cold Warriors (2008), published by IDW and an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's Canterville Ghost for Classical Comics, to be released in 2009.
There's quite a bit of a "Dick Giordano" influence in your recent work. I like it!
Thanks! Hmmm, I haven't studied much Giordano, but it's certainly a compliment!
I have been diving back into my Al Williamson roots and have been examining my Alex Raymond stuff (now that IDW's excellent "Rip Kirby, volume 1" is out). That may be waht you're seeing.
Either that, or I'm channeling the distinguished Mr. G!
Yeah, I can see that. How about Alex Raymond as inked by Dick Giordano?
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