I created the animated series, "Guinea Something Good" and am working on the animated game, "Guinea Pig Parkour." I studied cartooning at the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont and traditional animation at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
I've been drawing comics and publishing them online since 1999. I started with a comic series based on the guinea pig, "Joe" and updated weekly. In 2004, I created the comic strip, "Obscured by Species" which updated about two-three times a week. At the Center for Cartoon Studies, I developed the graphic novel, "featuring Talking Guinea Pigs!" (now titled, "Notes from Outerworld"), a comedy sci-fi story about guinea pigs from outer space who travel to 19th century Russia. I updated this about twice a week from 2008 to 2010. At the Academy of Art University, I developed my comic and animated series, "Guinea Something Good". The animated series updated about once a week on YouTube and the comic twice a week on my website.
I began production on the fully hand-drawn animated game, "Guinea Pig Parkour" in 2014. This game is a comedy platformer about a guinea pig that can perform crazy parkour moves. All the graphics in the game are hand-drawn in frame by frame animation.