My editorial cartoons about Greater Cincinnati, published on WCPO.
My nationally syndicated editorial cartoons on GoComics.com
The Cincinnati Observatory was the first major observatory in the Western Hemisphere. It still boasts the oldest continually used professional telescope in the United States. This comic tells the story of the Observatory’s founding and its place in both Cincinnati and American history. Published on WCPO.com.
Part one of a three-part comics journalism series following the lives of an undocumented immigrant, her DACA-recipient son, and her two American daughters. Published on WCPO.com
Part two of a three-part comics journalism piece. An undocumented immigrant makes a new life for her three children in Cincinnati. Published by WCPO.com
Part three of a three-part comics journalism series. After making a life in Cincinnati, the children of an undocumented immigrant look toward the future.
A comic about the history of Cincinnati’s signature dish. Adapted from The Authentic History of Cincinnati Chili by Dann Woellert. Published by WCPO.com
Part one of a three-part comics journalism series. Six children whose lives were destroyed by the opioid epidemic find hope for the future. Co-written by Lucy May. Published by WCPO.com.
Part two of a three-part comics journalism series. Three children reflect on the past as they start a new future with a new family. Co-written by Lucy May. Published by WCPO.com.
Part three of a three-part comics journalism series. A year after their adoption, three children whose lives were affected by the opioid crisis are growing beyond their past. Written by Lucy May. Published by WCPO.com.
WCPO collected real paranormal stories from our audience members. I illustrated three of the short tales.
A short illustrated column I wrote for WCPO on my first artist influence, Star Wars.
A short comic, written by Brent Coleman and published by WCPO.
A one-page comic based on something I once saw. With a little embellishment.
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