I also lead comics workshops like this one on youth and family homelessness.

A friend’s dog drawn with pen and colored with India ink.

Header image for a Tumblr dedicated to Asian/Pacific Islander young adult books. The client wanted a cute, colorful style featuring different body types, ethnicities, genders and inclusion of disability.

Page 1 of a 2-page comic. See the rest here.

I collaborated with a writer, Jill Seidenstein, to draw a comic based off one of her blog posts. This is page 6. See the full comic here.

Dozing on the LightRail. Drawn with a Micron pen, inked with Copic marker.

Panel from a mini comic. See the rest here. Drawn with a Micron pen.

A recipe from the Plenty cookbook. Drawn with a Micron pen and watercolor pencils.

Ghost Party

At events, sometimes I draw speakers and their quotes to post on social media. This is from an event on comics' Northwest roots.

Recurring characters that show up every now and then in my comics.

1-panel comic strip in the style of Ivan Brunetti.

Things seen on a visit to the Cook Islands. Micron pen and water color pencils.

Things seen on a visit to the Cook Islands. Micron pen and water color pencils.

Late night film shoot.

Waiting at the border. Which side is she on? Who is she waiting for? Will they show up? I wanted it to be ambiguous.