I have always been passionate for art for as long as I can remember. I started drawing very early in my childhood and haven’t stopped since. Early during my teenage years I was introduced to digital painting with Photoshop and became instantly hooked - I loved the freedom this medium offers and I found out I can be most creative using this format. It also helps that this is pretty much the standard now when it comes to creating commercial Illustrations.

Currently I’m working for a variety of clients, mostly illustrating book covers with fantasy and sci-fi themes. I love this type of freedom and am very humbled that I get to illustrate work that I enjoy. I hope you enjoy my work as well, and please feel free to contact me for any questions, comments, or business inquiries.


  • Top Secret Press
  • Spartamac Publishing
  • Eight Moons Publishing
  • Common Man Games
  • Indie Board And Cards
  • PoBros
  • Total Eclipse Games
  • Dramatic Development
  • Wize Eye Games
  • Last Life Games
  • Mystik Media





  • Featured in several annual publications, including on several editions of Infected By Art.
  • Work featured in a variety of board and card games, including: Avalon, Agents of Smersh, Flashpoint, Police Precinct, Countdown, Dem Bones, The Resistance, and many more!



Q: Are you available for commissions?

A: I'm currently open for commissions, yes. Please feel free to contact me with your inquiries as well as your budget and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.


Q: Do you work traditionally or digitally?

A: I currently work digitally, drawing and painting my illustrations with Photoshop and a Wacom tablet. Working digitally has a lot of benefits, especially for commercial work where revisions are mandatory.


Q: How long does an illustration take to create?

A: This varies on the subject matter and complexity of the scene, but it generally it takes me 1-2 weeks to complete a full detailed, high quality illustration.


Q: I'd like to get started in art. Where do I begin?

A: Begin by studying the basics. If you're serious about becoming an artist, I highly recommend you buy a newsprint pad and begin sketching every day. There's a ton of free tutorials and such available for everyone, so take advantage of this! You don't need to go to an expensive art school to become an artist. I myself am completely self taught.


Q: I'd like you to illustrate something for me for free - I'll give you free exposure on social media! .... Please (puppy eyes)?!!!

A: Nope!


Have any other questions?

Please feel free to contact me.


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