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Sunglasses After Dark, Full Blooded Collection


Vampire turned vampire hunter Sonja Blue travels the globe, hunting down and disposing of those creatures of the shadows that prey on the innocent, all the while searching for the monster that created her. But as dangerous as hunting the undead may be, it’s nothing compared to the threat posed by The Other, the demonic personality who shares her body. Originally published as a six-and-half issue miniseries in the 1990s, this compiled graphic novel edition is digitally re-colored by storyboard artist/illustrator Stan Shaw, completely re-lettered, and contains re-tweaked dialog and narration by writer Nancy A. Collins.

External Link: Sunglasses After Dark, Full Blooded Collection

Showcase 100

Showcase 100 - An Illustration Project, Exhibition & Book

The Showcase 100 exhibition will be held from 7th – 11th April 2015 at The Framer’s Gallery in central London. This is an excellent art space in the heart of the Fitzrovia area and is easy to get to by train, tube and bus. Showcase 100 is a juried exhibition and publication of 100 illustrations from some of the best professional illustrators working in the industry today.

The private viewing will on Thursday 9th April, 6pm – 8pm. It’ll be an open door policy and all are welcome. There will be free drinks until they’re gone and we’ll be moving onto the Fitzroy Tavern after the show.

Please feel free to invite your friends, the more the merrier.

External Link: Showcase 100 at The Framers Gallery

Illustrations for the Philadelphia City Paper annual “People Who Died” issue.


A few weeks ago I was approached by the Philadelphia City Paper to illustrate the cover and corresponding story for their annual “People Who Died” issue. I am honored to have worked on this assignment that represents these individuals who touched so many lives in the Philadelphia community and beyond.

External Link: Illustrations for the Philadelphia City Paper annual “People Who Died” issue.

Tribute for Charlie Hebdo


A tribute and a response to the attack on French publication Charlie Hebdo. As an artist, I believe it’s important for us to show that violence will not stop our work. If violence against artists proves anything at all, it proves that art does have a profound influence on the way people think and feel about things in the world.

External Link: Tribute for Charlie Hebdo