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So what could I say about me...?

I've been doing webcomics for quite a while now. I published my first project, Cool Cat Studio, back in 2000. Since then, I've worked/collaborated on many webcomics, such as Penny & Aggie (first artist,) Ménage à 3 (Rated R/NSFW,) Eerie Cuties, Magick Chicks, and Sticky Dilly Buns. Most of these comics are part of Pixie Trix Comix. Outside of webcomics, I've done artwork for Archie Comics, i.e., Archie #635, #636, #639, # 646, the Archie Meets Ramones one shot, and occasional covers and digest stories. I've also done the artwork for the Betty Boop mini series published by Dynamite, interior art and covers for Jem & The Holograms for IDW, a couple Gwenpool covers for Marvel, and a few other things. October 2018 sees the launch of my new Image Comics series, Exorsisters, written by co-creator, Ian Boothby.

Before comics, I was a graphic designer who worked at Avenue Design Group in Ottawa. I would design logos, layout ads for newspapers... stuff like that. And before THAT, I was a bassist in the Quebec all-girl band, Barbarella. This was early 1990s, when I was in my early twenties (I was born June 16, 1970.)

Schooling wise, I did my high school at l'ESN in Bathurst, NB. I studied Visual Arts for a year at l'Université de Moncton, and I got a college degree in graphic design from La Cité Collégiale in Ottawa.

I've lived in New Brunswick (still do,) Montreal, Ottawa/Gatineau, and even Schefferville! (Google it)


My strongest influence as a comic artist is Dan DeCarlo, but cartoonists like Jim Davis, Uderzo, Rumiko Takahashi, and Yumiko Igarashi have also influenced me, and given me the drive to do what I do. Music influences me too. The Pixies and Cheap Trick have had a great impact on me. So did Kiss back in the 1970s.

Want to know more about me or think I'd be a good fit for a particular project? Just contact me!

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