After matriculating from Tyler School of Art, where I majored in printmaking (with a sort of unofficial minor in jewelry/metals), I moved to South Philadelphia where I now reside. I drew a webcomic for many years called places you find cats, which is exactly what it sounds like – and self-published 2 books of those comics. I’m currently nurturing a thriving Patreon, home of the latest updates of my work. This includes sad/funny/true and The Gathering of Sparks. I’ve also been featured in a couple anthologies: my comic about the Jewish ritual of saying Kaddish is in Dirty Diamonds’s 10th anthology Death, and Little Red Bird Press’s Votes For Women: The Battle for the 19th Amendment has a comic about women working in the early 20th century circus campaigning for the right to vote. I recently finished my longest and most ambitious comic to date, Borrowed Prophecy, about an old Jewish groundskeeper at a suburban Christian church.
Philly has been good to me: In 2015, I received an honorable mention in the National Liberty Museum’s “Caretoon” Contest for my work “Maimonides the Bridge.” The comic was featured in their 2015 exhibition with the other honored works. I was nominated for “Best Cartoonist of the Year” at the Philly Geek Awards in 2016. I’ve served on panels at the biannual Queers & Comics Conference, I continue to table at conventions and attend conferences wherever I’m able, and have been a guest on the podcast The Cosmic Geppetto. I have a lot of exciting things in the pipeline, and I can’t wait for everyone to see them.