When I was 7, I fell in love with drawing and with comics. They have been my life-long passion. I have a degree in sequential art and have drawn comics in Europe. I enjoy working on stories of all genres and styles. If you look through my portfolios you’ll see multiple styles and media. The international Deadly Skies exhibit in the Canadian War Museum featured 7000 square feet of my work. It was a great and humbling honor to see comic art displayed in such a large format in the capital of Canada. I love being part of the community of creators. Thunder Monkey is my own creation, and I am one of the co-creators of Escape from Terra. I also teach and create many forms of art including video, web design, graphic design, sculpting, and painting. I’ve made many dreams come true and plan on making many more. Sequential Art includes story-boarding and shares a lot of DNA with film. It is a very powerful form of visual communication. It includes all the knowledge of drawing and design from anatomy to composition and also all the aspects of writing, then it goes beyond those disciplines in a way that involves something much greater than the sum of its parts and that’s why I love it. Publishers I have worked for include Dark Horse, Dargaud, Casterman, NBM, AMI, Big Head Press, Popeyes, etc.