I’m a freelance graphic designer based in Los Angeles. My specialities include alternative posters, theatrical key art, home video packaging, and assorted pop culture geekery. I’ve also worked as a movie studio file clerk, office temp, background actor, retail worker, and NASA test subject (yes, really!). After leaving my first post-graduation design job in late […]
I was super keen to draw Kirstie Alley Saavik and I love the Wrath of Khan uniforms so I decided the No Win Scenario was going to be the real one rather than the Kobayashi Maru (of either prime or Kelvin timeline – either way there was always going to be an apple).
I wanted to do something different and have been toying with the idea of adding frames in to work with. The reason being is that when I’m looking at shots from the films they are always framed inside the widescreen format and that works amazing for photos and film but sometimes my poor scribbles can’t […]
So I’ve been getting some awesome suggestions from the Patreon team and I’m racing to catch up in time for the 150th illustration. But I realised I don’t think I’ve ever done Khan’s end before. Mainly because it focuses so closesly in on his face and in this style that’s hard to get right. So […]
This ended up being really rushed and there’s every chance that I’ll take another crack at this because I just drew the ships way too large for the page and the effect. I’m super tired LOL. Remember if you dig my stuff and wouldn’t mind seeing semi-daily journal entries which include sneak peeks, behind the […]
I did this sequence in 2014 and I wanted to revisit it to see if my approach would have changed. I purposely didn’t go back and check it out and just drew it the way I would today. It’s pretty much spot on for how I did it back then – the framing of the […]
Look, I’m not playing favourites but right now I think this was my favourite illustration so far. I think this is the third time in my life I’ve drawn this poster and I still love it. I love really taking the time to examine these posters which is something you don’t always get to do. […]