Wednesday, March 25, 2020


I did my own photoshoot with my 2010 SS Camaro after work in Seattle Center on March 23, 2020. Shot with a one of my favorite lenses (Fish Eye) on my Canon EOS 800D. Ironically enough, this was my last night working at my job, since I'm now laid off. I didn't know it at the time. Everyone who isn't essential personnel, in the State of WA, will file for unemployment (if they haven't done so already) due to Governor Inslee's "Stay at Home" order in response to COVID-19 aka Corona Virus.

Friday, February 14, 2020


Framed mixed media on paper. Photographed under UV light, normal + UV light, and normal.

Tuesday, January 14, 2020


Light Study

Light study and a test of my new markers. I wanted to sketch from life, and have it hold up in natural lighting, as well as UV Backlight.

Quote from "You Don't Own Me" by Grace feat. G-Eazy

Thursday, January 2, 2020

New Year, New Art

Its been nearly 2 years since I have posted anything. Lately, I have been writing and sketching daily in my journal, since I left the Star Wars Costuming community in 2017. These days I am more focused on my art and expression... and I got a lot to say. My pieces are very personal, and the meaning private, but maybe it speaks to you.

This piece is called:


Thursday, December 21, 2017

New Trading Card Art

I've been pretty busy lately, gathering my bearings at my new job. However, I have been slowly chipping away at my commissions when I'm not at my day job. I have a couple more trading card pieces I am scheduled to do, before I finish up a piece of line art, before picking back up the trading card designs. Baseball season is coming.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

In Progress Trading Cards

I'm at it again. Jet City Saber Guild for the last 3 years has supported both the Everett Aqua Sox, and Tacoma Rainiers for their Star Wars day at the park. And each year, I knock out as many trading cards as possible, so that we can hand them out to the fans. Everyone loves them at conventions, birthday parties, or just trading with each other in the Star Wars Costuming and Cosplay communities.

Just a preview of what my workspace in
Photoshop looks like when I'm grinding these out as fast as I can.