is a hipster theologian, essayist, and writer who has been reading comics since he was eight years old and his dad brought him some Superman books from a truck stop. Raised in Richmond, Virginia, he attended Virginia Commonwealth University where he earned his BA in English in 2009, and he will be beginning his graduate studies in theology in Fall 2013.
His favorite comics include Brian Michael Bendis’ Powers, Alan Moore’s Watchmen, Alex Ross’s Kingdom Come and Marvels, and Art Spiegelman’s Maus, but he’s also a big fan of classic Doom Patrol. He loves discussing cereal commercials, and has written extensively on Superman and theology.
is a professional illustrator and aspiring comic book artist and an avid gamer. His long term goal is to design games as a concept artist and lead designer. He studied communication arts and design at Virginia Commonwealth University where he met his cohorts Brian Visaggio and Martin Krause. Drawing habitually since 2 years old he aspires to leave his mark on the culture at large. His most prominent influences include Alex Ross, Genndy Tartokovski, Hideo Kojima, Yoshitaka Amano, Jim Lee and Yoji Shinkawa.