Friday, December 31, 2010

Sketchbook from 2009

I realize that precisely one hour from starting writing this it will be two years old, but what the heck. This stuff makes me laugh and I hope it does you too.

inspired from Moonstruck
Part 1

Part 2
Part 3

Old apartment manager



the fattest lady I could think of

I think of a peanut when I see him

this one actually looks like me

That's as good as it gets folks. I'm not good at blogger, but at least they're up for you to see.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Soup Label

Here is a label design for a friend of mine who is going to start selling her product! Very exciting and the soup is delicious! Visite her site at

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


This weekend I'll be going to a wedding and the bride asked me to make this as their guestbook. When the guests come to sign they'll press their finger on a green ink pad and then make a finger print on this tree, making the leaves. Cute idea! I'll take a picture of it with all the leaves and post it later.

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Art of the Garden

I haven't been posting anything because I was thinking this site was only for my fine art, well I do art as a job sometimes too! It's a site for all my art.
I've been doing photography for a new company called Art of the Garden, LLC. Their product is called "The M Brace" and it's a steel corner used for making raised garden beds for flowers, vegetables, plants etc. They use recycled metal, all made in u.s.a., and they've been featured in Sunset magazine (my name mentioned as the photo credit! click here to see the article in sunset magazine) as well as others such as Great Backyards, Hobby Farm Home, The San Francisco Chronicle and The Los Angeles Times. All but a handfull are my photography work, and their main photograph seen everywhere is done by yours truly.
You can see their website at and be sure to check out their press page (click here) where the articles are listed.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Christmas Gift

I made this set of postcards for a best friend of mine. She studied birds and graduated on December 12th. She's awesome.
So, I thought she could appreciate these. Each one has the common and scientific name and inside there are field descriptions of the bird's appearance. Enjoy.