New Videos

May 2nd, 2019

As I wait for the final volume of Carl’s Story to get back from the printer, I’ll be posting video trailers for each of the existing volumes so everyone has a chance to catch up on the full story. The first three videos can be found below, and I’ll be posting the next three over the next several days so keep checking back.

Series Trailer

Lost Southern Cross

Shadow Play

The Protege

The Montoya Project

The End is Near

April 23rd, 2019

The time has come.

For the dedicated fan, there is a limited number of deluxe packages available that include all five volumes of Carl’s Story, as well as some commemorative books: one which featured at Toronto Comic Con 2010, another is an unreleased first draft edition of Shadow Play, and finally there’s a collection of sketches and works in progress related to the series.

Are you wondering what this story is all about? Fair question. I’m putting together short videos featuring each volume so you have a general idea of what you’re getting into. To see the first video highlighting the entire series, click on the link below. New videos will be uploaded in the coming days.

I’ll also be setting up some fun opportunities for you to come out and pick up your copies in person. I’ll post more information on dates and locations in the coming days.

It’s been a long road for myself and Carl, and we appreciate you being here for the final leg of the journey.

New Book is Ready!

September 7th, 2013

Get your copy of “The Protégé” today! Pick up one of the other books as well and get a discount. Visit the store page to see package deals.

Book Three – The Protégé

June 4th, 2013

The third instalment of Carl’s story is now ready for pre-sale! Order now and make sure your get your own limited edition signed copy. Click HERE to place your order.
the protege cover

New Graphic Story

April 3rd, 2012

I have a brand new graphic story that’s available through limited release. I’m not selling it, and unfortunately you can’t order it. How do you get your hands on it, you ask?  Well, you have to get it off me personally. I’m giving away copies on a first come first serve basis, and I’m not messing around with mailing or setting up drop-offs. Basically, you find me, you get one. Simple as that.

New Artwork

September 4th, 2010

For those of you who didn’t have a chance to come out to my Art Show earlier this week, I’ve posted the new series that was created for the show, as well as a new Live Painting created on the third night of the show. Enjoy ~

Art Show tickets on sale!

August 11th, 2010

Get your tickets early for my upcoming art show. Be sure to order early, space is limited.
You can get your tickets HERE, see you all there!

Art Show Flyer

August 9th, 2010


July 2nd, 2010

This commission asked for a portrait of the Beatles as they might have looked circa 1980, had they stuck together.

This Week’s Featured Artwork

June 29th, 2010

Portrait of Joseph Merrick

Joseph Carey Merrick (5 August 1862 – 11 April 1890)

Working as a sideshow freak, Merrick traveled to London for exhibition in a shop on Whitechapel Road managed by showman Tom Norman. Norman’s shop was directly across the street from the London Hospital and was frequented by the hospital’s medical students and doctors. One visitor, a surgeon named Frederick Treves, invited Merrick to the hospital to be examined and photographed.

It was later decided that Merrick would be allowed to stay at the hospital for the remainder of his life. Rooms were adapted for him in the basement of the hospital and he lived there for the next four years. Treves visited him daily and they developed quite a close friendship. Merrick also received visits from the wealthy ladies and gentlemen of London society.

Merrick died on 11 April 1890, age 27. The official cause of death was asphyxia, although Treves, who dissected the body, said that it was a dislocated neck. He believed that Merick—who had to sleep sitting up, due to the weight of his head—had been attempting to sleep lying down, to “be like other people”. Merrick’s skeleton was preserved and remains in the London Hospital. Although several theories abound, the exact cause of Merrick’s deformities remains a mystery.