Conceptual Designer / Storyboard Artist for film, television, video games.
Work includes Crimson Peak, Pacific Rim, The Strain, ParaNorman, Steven Universe, Pinocchio, Gears of War 4, Evolve, The Simpsons: Tree House of Horror XXIV, and the Mystery Science Theater 3000 revival. Creator and Illustrator of The Marquis published by Dark Horse Comics.
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  Just released at this year's San Diego Comic Con is a new MONDO poster that I illustrated for Guillermo del Toro's upcoming CRIMSON PEAK film (which I also did concept work on)! I'm not attending the show this year, but the poster will go on sale this Saturday, July 11, 2015 at the MONDO booth #835!
  If you're at San Diego Comicon 2015, be sure to visit the Legendary booth for the CRIMSON PEAK Gothic Gallery attraction: A "cabinet of curiosities experience" to Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming horror film, CRIMSON PEAK! Along with being part of the concept team on the film, I also worked with Guillermo on designing the booth attraction.
And for the rest of us not at the convention (like me) ~ has a personal video tour of the display given by Guillermo himself!
SDCC Kaiju alert OTACHI!
  The big San Diego Comicon (SDCC) is currently underway! I’m not at the show myslelf, but NECA Toys announced at the convention that one of the new additions to their PACIFIC RIM line of action figures will be ... OTACHI! ~ one of the film’s kaiju that I did concept for! The figure is slated for a November release, with more details coming soon.
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And as a reminder you can also see the evolution of the Otachi concept over at my Sketch Macabre tumblr too!
THE STRAIN Concept Work
  The wait is almost over! THE STRAIN premieres tonight at 10 pm on FX (nice and late so you can watch it with the lights out)! In 2012 I started work on the series as part of Guillermo del Toro's core concept team, which included an amazing group of sculptors and concept artists (Simon Lee, Francisco Ruiz Velasco, Rustam Hasanov, Keith Thompson and Simon Webber).
Too early to go into a lot of details about the work, but hopefully I'll get to show some concept art soon! In the meantime, I know I'll be watching every week and you can see one of the props I did concept for in the recent promo trailer!
Website Redesign
  The website is finally getting a big redesign! The main galleries are currently under construction, but in the meantime, be sure to check out the Sketch Macabre link to my tumblr where I'll be posting more illustrations and concepts to past projects while I get the rest of the pages up and running. You can also follow me on Facebook and Twitter for current updates and artist ramblings!
CRIMSON PEAK Concept work
  Back home from Toronto after being away since August on concept work for Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming film, CRIMSON PEAK! The film won’t be released til October 2015 so not much I can say right now, except that it was another wonderful experience and great fun to be part of an amazing team! More updates and info in the future.
  I was delighted to get to work with the amazing Rebecca Sugar on some concept for her wonderful new show STEVEN UNIVERSE on Cartoon Network! You can check out a bit of the concept work I did for the Crystal Temple over at the Steven Crewniverse tumblr too!
SIMPSONS Annie Award Nomination
  Speaking of The Simpsons, I was thrilled to learn the Treehouse of Horror XXIV with the intro I storyboarded with Guillermo has been nominated for a 2013 Annie Award (International Animated Film Society) in the "Storyboarding in an Animated TV / Broadcast Production" category! More info and a complete list of the nominees can be found here!
UPDATE: Doh! We didn't win, but it was an immense honor to be nominated! Congrats to Pixar / Toy Story of Terror on their win!
  Guillermo del Toro's vampire horror novel THE STRAIN comes to FX as a new TV series! I got to work on concept for this last year (and the beginning of 2013) with an amazing group of artists! Lots of creepy stuff that you'll definitely want to watch with the lights out! View the first teaser here!
  Halloween comes early! The Simpson's Treehouse of Horror XXIV features an amazing and monster-filled Guillermo del Toro opening! In addition to storyboarding the opening, I got to work on some gags with Guillermo, along with concept for the "Simpson-fied" monsters. The intro has been released online but be sure to catch the full episode complete with Guillermo’s opening Oct. 6 on FOX!
  The new PACIFIC RIM film book is filled with behind the scenes artwork, designs, and photos showing some of the incredible work that went into making the film~ and I’m pleased to have some of the designs and concept art I did included! With cast and crew descriptions throughout, PACIFIC RIM: Man, Machines and Monsters details the making of Guillermo del Toro’s kaiju epic!
THE MARQUIS on Dark Horse digital
  Back to Hell! Now you can get some 18th century horror on your 21st century devices! Dark Horse has released The Marquis: Inferno collection for digital download! The entire 328-page graphic novel download includes the Danse Macabre storyline and the Hell’s Courtesan and Sin of One short stories along with the 56-page sketchbook section and cover gallery for $14.99!
PACIFIC RIM Official Release
  The wait is over! PACIFIC RIM opened this weekend, & praise for Guillermo del Toro's giant monster epic is rolling in! I was thrilled to be part of the production, working for 11 months as part of Guillermo's core concept team, & helping out on storyboards! It's incredible to see his unique world come to life on the screen (including some of the kaiju I did concept for) through the amazing talent of ILM!
  Criterion is releasing Guillermo del Toro’s amazing and haunting THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE to both DVD and Blu-ray, and I was delighted to be asked to provide the cover artwork along with the disc art and spot illos for the booklet! Filled with tons of extras, deleted scenes and featurettes (and a fitting spine #666), both versions will be available June 30th. Find out more on Criterion's website!