Moon Eaters

The last few weeks have been busy beyond belief. who knew having everyone in quarantine would encourage a bunch of businesses to kick start that software project they’ve been sitting on for months? I can’t complain though, busy is better than bored, and having a job that lets me work from home is very lucky. … More Moon Eaters

Quarantine Reads

If, like me, you’ve been asked to self-isolate, or just put into a straight up lockdown, you may be looking for some suggestions of what to do with your time. I’ve been filling much of my spare time with writing, which has been great for my productivity. I’m over one third of the way through … More Quarantine Reads

Clockwork Pops

For a bit of fun, I decided to make some Funko Pops of a few of my characters. If I had it my way I’d make one for every character, but that may be getting a bit ahead of myself. These two are Maker and Ana, the main characters from my in-progress steampunk novel. Maker … More Clockwork Pops

The Painted Cats

A little piece of teaser artwork for a project I have in the works. These ladies are members of the only all-female gang on the desert word Isparda. The Painted Cats are one of many governing gangs on Isparda, which is one of five planets in the system. Stay tuned for more teasers and tidbits … More The Painted Cats

Sweet Mercy

A new year brings new challenges, new opportunities, and if all goes well, a new novel. Last year I dedicated much of my writing time to a different project, a steampunk inspired, high-fantasy novel, set across five planets in the same solar system. It’s the largest, and possibly most ambitious project I’ve undertaken, but I’m … More Sweet Mercy

The New Pantheon

This was a personal art project from last year. I wanted to create a set of Tarot inspired cards that featured a “pantheon” of new goddesses, all based on my favourite ladies from fiction. While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it does bring together 12 of my most loved characters. Each character … More The New Pantheon

Learning To Read

When talking about writing, one of the first (and most often repeated) things you will hear, is “If you want to write, you need to read lots”. This is true of almost anything; if you want to succeed at creating something, you need to familiarize yourself with the end result. One person cannot possibly learn all … More Learning To Read