The Dead Will Rise

Greetings, friends! Rumours of my demise have been greatly exaggerated!

I am upgrading my studio for the return of Trashy, and new blogs and videos.

Here is a quick look at some of the new art, crafts, and photos I have been working on! To see all of my work-in-progress, including new illustrations, as well as access my commission and sketch card waitlists, please consider subscribing to my Patreon for as little as $1 per month. Patreon makes my work possible.

You can also give a one-time contribution on my Support page to help me get back on my feet post-pandemic in 2022! ‘Tis the season — if you’d like to send me a holiday gift, please take a peek at my Amazon Wishlist!

I am pleased to announce my creative and personal partnership with Dan Bateman, pictured below. He has his own incredible and inspiring story to share, and I am looking forward to introducing him to you through my work over time. For now, you can listen to several of his albums here. My relationship with Dan has renewed my own sense of drive, inspiration, and purpose. We are exploring the ways in which our work can be combined and interwoven in the future.

I have been collaborating more with good friend and photographer Ben Cooper.

In the coming months and years, I have planned for release at least one art/illustration picture book, multiple comic collections, a poetry book featuring my own photography, and possibly even a cook book with my favourite cookie recipes! My comic archives are currently undergoing editing and revisions.

Many of my YouTube videos are also being upgraded and re-uploaded.

I am full of replenished energy, and bursting with ideas!

Press & Media: I am available for podcasts, radio, Zoom interviews, etc.

Weird Like Me

Dan and Jin

Sour Cream Pumpkin Bundt Cake

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Letter from The Great Pumpkin

Eye of Providence Pumpkin Head

Poem No. 008 &quote;Unified&;quot; by Jin Wicked


“There [they] [go]. [Two] of God’s own prototypes. [Two] high-powered mutants of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.” – Hunter S. Thompson, sorta.