As a self-taught cartoonist, I have produced a number of web series, including a wild take on the 411 information hotline Emergency 411, a series targeted at mobile phones. Episodes of the under-a-minute series placed at The Animation Show at the 2008 Mobifest short film festival in Toronto, and have been shown on Fred Seibert’s Channel Frederator.
Earlier work includes the silly and sacrilegious What Would Jesus Do?, chronicling the messiah’s adventures in a series of edge-cases that fell outside the son of God’s everyday teachings. The show was selected as a finalist in FOX’s Pitch-o-Rama in 2003, despite the long odds of a major network going anywhere near religious parody. I was co-creater of Sarcastic Hulk, which re-imagines Stan Lee’s green brute as a caustic, frustrated monster — the series was pitched to Cartoon Network.
Other commercial work has appeared in TV and film.
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