Oberon is finding his way back after a very public “breakdown,” but when he develops the ability to conjure his dreams in real life—including a facsimile of his high school crush, Kon—he might have more on his plate than he originally thought.
Currently scheduled for release in 2024. Published by HarperCollins.


In the witch kingdom Hyalin, the strength of your magic is determined by the length of your hair.

Witchy is an ongoing webcomic about the young witch Nyneve, who is haunted by the death of her father and the threat the Witch Guard poses to her own life. When conscription rolls around, Nyneve has a choice to make; join the institution complicit in her father’s death, or stand up for her ideals?

Witchy can be read online here.

The print editions of Witchy, published by Oni Press, can be purchased here.


The story goes like this: There was once a girl named Dawa. Having lost her family to sickness, she found herself with an emptiness inside that
she did not know how to fill. Alas, in all her endeavours, nothing she tried ever left her feeling so full as the art—of trickery.

Winner of the 2020 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic, Cry Wolf Girl is a 48 page reimagining of The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Published by ShortBox in 2019.


I Made this zine to monetize my panic disorder

Does what it says on the tin. A short autobiographical comic made while processing the tail end of a panic disorder I developed in 2018.

Self-published in 2019.

ANAtomy of a pandemic

A short, semi-autobiographical comic made at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, in 2020.

Featured in the digital charity anthology Quaranzine, with all proceeds going to Medical Volunteers International, an NGO that provides medical help to refugees in Greece. 

Published in 2020 by Jana Ribkina.

Can be purchased here.

Green rain

It was Monday when the storm came, rolling in from the ocean with malice.

An illustrated adaptation of a short story I wrote in my teen years. The words are (almost) entirely preserved in their original state. I think it holds up pretty well.

Self-published in 2019.


The Real Folk Blues is a fanbook of 130+ pages of new, original comics, illustrations, and essays paying tribute to the seminal anime, Cowboy Bebop, in its 20th anniversary year.

Dirge of the Moon is my short comic contribution to the fanbook, exploring an alternate ending for the characters Faye Valentine and Julia.

Published in 2019 by ShortBox. Cover designed and illustrated by Patrick Crotty.

Fresh off the vine

A short, autobiographical comic about self esteem, and what it means to be cool.

Self-published in 2015.