New Illustration in Redleg Annual

I am very excited to share this illustration that accompanied an article by Zan McQuade in the Redleg Annual 2015. The article is all about the role of social media in the lives of professional baseball players. This image was inspired by an actual encounter she had with Mat Latos who asked her why anyone would want a picture of him on their cellphone. 

If you aren't familiar with it, this image is based on this famous photograph of George Brett:

You can purchase the Redleg Annual here




So... I made a new book! It's a small, experimental book of drawings. I wouldn't exactly call it a comic, but "sequential art" fits the bill nicely. There isn't really a story, but the drawings are presented in the order of their creation and hopefully some sort of meaning can be gleaned from this. You can see all of the drawings in the Ectoplasm gallery here.



I've added some images of the illustration work I recently did for Untethered Theater's production of Revelation to my gallery. Unfortunately the show is over, so... sorry if you missed it. 


Come Visit Me at SPX

I'll be at SPX this year along with fellow comic dudes, Aaron Delamatre and Dave Foland. Come visit us at H11B, where we will be happy to exchange money for funny pictures! SPX is on September 13 and 14 at the Bethesda North Marriot in Bethesda, Maryland. I'll have plenty of copies of Sockford for sale!


Comic Book Release Party

Saturday, May 18, 2013

Arcadian Comics & Games
627 Monmouth Street
Newport, Kentucky 41071

Come celebrate the release of two new comics from local artists Aaron Delamatre and Russell Ihrig. 

The Bridge by Aaron Delamatre follows a strange little man's adventures while trapped on a seemingly endless bridge. (20 pages, B&W)

Sockford (part 1) by Russell Ihrig tells the tale of a teenage boy who tries to wash away the evidence of his “solo activities,” but ends up with a shocking surprise that is much harder to hide. (40 pages, B&W)

Get both books for the special combined price of $10! 

Special thanks to Arcadian Comics & Games for hosting this event.

Sockford (part 1) publishing made possible with support from The ProjectMill.