My comics range from humorous slice-of-life to serious sequential work. I cover topics close to my own life, such as Queer and Jewish identity. You’ll find my various projects here:
A comic about sad, funny, and true things, often all three at once- s/f/t is a repository for all my observations, explorations of identity, and political expressions. Stories range from single panel to multi-page sequentials.
The Gathering of Sparks
Sayiph is a pious swordswoman pursuing an advanced education. Arezah is a lively adventurer studying with a beloved mentor. When they cross paths, they first must learn to withstand each other, but soon find they must work together to defend their communities against nefarious outside forces.
Based on Medieval North African and Middle Eastern Jewish culture, “The Gathering of Sparks” combines historical Jewish Kaballah with fantasy adventure.
political & editorial
Comics that provide commentary on politics and society.
Juha and the Bears
This comic is a Syrian myth adapted by A. David Lewis and produced for CYRIC, which provides free comics to refugee children that feature stories from their own culture. Juha the Wise Fool is one such figure. I produced the artwork and lettered the English translation.
places you find cats
This comic is exactly what you think it is: comics of places where you can find cats. I started this when I was working a boring day job literally pushing paper around. So I started making pictures of cats in all the places they can be found. Turns out, it’s a LOT of places- more than 300 comics and counting. I’ve self-published 2 books and have plans for a 3rd.