UNDr Rpblc
August 30th, 2014 , last edited August 30th, 2014

Yet another instance where people – with genuine kindness – reach out to me and ask me to participate in something (for which, I could not be more thankful). In this instance, it was Jacob with UNDR RPBLC – which I must say, is one of the most fantastic zines (and sites in general) that I have been asked to submit work to. They recently released their 30th issue, and I could not be happier to be a part of it. You can check out the whole issue here:



However, I would encourage you to keep going and explore the other offerings on UNDR RPBLC! It is a truly fantastic site dedicated to “establishing a network of Artists, Musicians and Iconoclasts”. To check out the remainder go here:




August 30th, 2014 , last edited August 30th, 2014

Earlier this year an art enthusiast and zine publisher from Argentina named Ezequiel Gonzalez contacted me and invited me to participate in the 12th issue of DOUX Magazine.  I looked at past issues of DOUX online and found them to showcase a nice mix of art, design, photography, and illustration. As the zine is entirely self produced and published – it also revolves exclusively around the broad and eclectic taste of its creator. Nonetheless, I found it flattering (and once again, unexpected and interesting) to be asked, and agreed to provide images and participate in a brief interview. I was later pleased to learn that one of my images would also be featured on the cover of the issue.


If you are interested a closer look at DOUX Magazine #12  it can be viewed here:



More information about DOUX Magazine (in general) can also be found here:




Tags: douxZine
April 11th, 2014 , last edited April 11th, 2014

Sometimes the world seems so small. I am never sure how people come to know of my work, and for some reason I seem to lack the gumption to ask, especially when it involves an invitation to participate in a show or zine. It seems like asking “how do you even know who I am?” would somehow point out that I am not really anyone, or anyone worth inviting in to a show or a zine to begin with. I understand that I have done well as of late, and that my images have a pretty far reach online, but still – when someone removed from what I perceive to be my normal fan base contacts me, I am always taken aback. That would be the case with respect to the recent invite by Jessa Crispin to participate in Spolia – which is a monthly literary magazine “devoted to the strange and the wise”.



For those that do not know… Jessa Crispin is a publishing outsider, critic, and editor-in-chief of Bookslut, a litblog and webzine founded in 2002. Bookslut has received mentions in many national and international newspapers, including the New York Times Book Review and Washington Post.  Crispin also had a regular column called "Bookslut" in the online cultural journal The Smart Set (published by Drexel University), was a book critic for NPR, and a contributor to PBS's Need to Know. She has also written for the Washington Post, Chicago Sun-Times and Toronto Globe and Mail.  So yeah, I am really curious to know how she stumbled across my work! Nonetheless, I am thankful for the invite to participate in Spolia (issue 8). The publication is a mixture of art, fiction, nonfiction, and poetry and is really fantastic. If you would like a copy of the issue in which my work is featured simply use the following link –


Tags: SpoliaZine
Élémentaire Zine
February 26th, 2014 , last edited March 8th, 2014

On occasion, I have the good fortune of having someone contact me and ask me to participate in an online publication or art based website. Often, these requests come from overseas, which makes the request that much more unexpected and fun.  The most recent request came from the editor of Élémentaire Zine, Mark Kiszely.


Élémentaire Zine is a bi-monthly, digital (and in time, print) art magazine, aimed at finding and showcasing talented creatives and their work.  It’s home base is Birmingham, United Kingdom – and available at ISSUU (which is the fastest growing digital publishing platform in the world). The issue revolves around the topic of “The Mind”, and features my work See Some.


You can find the issue by following this link -