Category Archives: travel

Everyday Witch Tarot – Deborah and I Finally Meet!

After over two years of working together, Deborah Blake and I were finally able to meet in person! Deborah is the author of our tarot deck, the Everyday Witch Tarot, published by Llewellyn (and she’s the author of many other … Continue reading

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Nine months till Everyday Witch Tarot publication!

Hi All! Well Deborah and I don’t know the exact publication date yet, nor can we share the packaging design, but at least we have less than a year until publication! We’re so excited! We thought it was time to … Continue reading

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New Art: Map for Deer Mountain Inn

Remember that map I mentioned a few months ago? Well here it is completed! I designed a big fold-out map that will be available for guests at the Deer Mountain Inn in Tannersville, NY. It’s beautifully renovated (the rooms look … Continue reading

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Gen Con Report

Well I’ve been back from Gen Con for a few days  now, getting back into daily life and cringing at looming illustration deadlines. It was great fun, and I have already signed up for a bigger booth for next year! … Continue reading

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New art: from The Shadowhunter’s Codex

Woah, just realized I haven’t updated in a while. Sorry!! Things have been very busy on my end. I’d been working on a personal painting for my portfolio but that’s been put on hold as I’ve got a bunch of … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Wow… December was crazy. I am finally getting back into my usual routine. Hi! First of all, I was in Turkey from December 9-17th where I met Scott, who was returning from his yearly trip to Egypt. Such an amazing … Continue reading

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