Saturday, July 9, 2011

The Witches' Gathering

This is a continuation of my senior graduation project at Art Center where I Illustrated passages from the book The Subtle Knife. Well... actually, I initially sketched out a rough version but forgot about it until I recently flipped through my old sketchbooks and wanted to flesh it out. OR I just wanted a reason to paint the Milky Way. I title this scene, The Witches' Gathering.

Some more about the piece: The witches live in harmony with nature, but to emphasis the ancient and sacredness of the gathering, I designed the trees and rocks to mirror Greek/Roman architecture in order to evoke emotions those motifs(columns and arches) bring. It's always nice to find the opportunity to fit in a metaphor no matter how subconscious-y it may be. At least for me, it makes the piece more interesting to do(for those out there that call out bullshit hahaha!).

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Difficult Goodbyes

I think this is finished...I may tweak later. Playing with a more slick, graphic style here combined with lighting and some textures. Very FUN!!

Tuesday, April 19, 2011


A portrait I did for my friend Caesar. Trying out a new direction and style with this.

Caesar is a crazy good photographer and partying with him is always crazy too.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011


My friends from high school started a website called The goal of their site is to promote college bands and music and place where people can see what their friends and other people are doing musically on campuses around the world.

I did this poster to help them promote an event they are setting up called “Campusounds Presents”, showcasing bands from campuses around the NYC area. Check it out if your in the area. $10 tickets! (cheaper than going to a movie!)


Re-commiting myself to blogging again. I'm sorry if I have disappointed anyone has come back to this blog hoping to see new work ever since the last post. Although in my defense, my hands have not been completely idle since then. I graduated Art Center!

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