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“A line is a line till you give it your own imagination

and a word is a word till you give it your own story.”


This fascination with lines and words has led me onto my journey as a comic artist.

In 2019, I graduated with an MFA in Comics from California College of the Arts. Since then I have been conducting comic and basic animation workshops at various schools across the United States. My curriculum focuses on visual storytelling, personal expression and exploration through images and words. 

I love teaching comics as I believe, it broadens one's imagination and deepens the understanding of any subject matter by breaking down complex thoughts in to simple sequential art. Also it is my pleasure to constantly get inspired and amazed by the work produced in my classrooms by my very talented students. 


My art takes its inspiration from science, nature, mythology and human behavior. 

I occasionally stumble across freelance projects, where I try to understand my client's vision and bring in my own style and sensibilities. 

In 2021, I was offered an Artist and Writer's Residency at The Writer's House in Pittsburgh, PA. During that Summer and Fall, I worked as an Educator at the Carnegie Museum of Art for their Summer Camps, TAC (The Art Connection) and YAS (Youth Art Studio) programs while working on my first graphic novel, I left my heart in Stuttgart.


In 2022, I was offered to be a Limited Term Assistant Professor of Illustration and Sequential Art at the School of Art and Design at Kennesaw State University. Since then I have been taken in as a Tenure Track Faculty Member.

My vision is to offer my students a platform to express themselves on page and take their passion to the next level of professional practice. I grow alongside them with my business, personal practice as an artist through my 100-day challenges and regular publication of my long and short format graphic novels and comics.


I'm also a freelance cartoonist at the New Yorker. You can find my work on their Daily Shouts segment.

When I'm not drawing or teaching, I'm usually walking or hiking out in the wilderness. 

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