comics
My First Mate

My First Mate

Living in a new country in a new language is fun because you discover all sorts of new ways to make a fool of yourself.  
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

A few weeks ago I threatened to do some actual blogging about being here in Buenos Aires. I suppose I should actually follow through with it now, so here goes… I’m here because I met Argentinian cartoonist Fran López when we were both invited to be guests at the Entreviñetas comics festival in Colombia. I was just...
The Warm Welcoming Sky, a 24 hour comic

The Warm Welcoming Sky, a 24 hour comic

 
Why The French Elections Are Better Than Yours

Why The French Elections Are Better Than Yours

   
Version Française

Version Française

I am currently living in Angoulême as an artist in residence at the Maison des Auteurs. The MdA is part of the Cité Internationale de la Bande Dessinée et de l’Image, and it welcomes cartoonists and animators from France and abroad to come to Angoulême and have a place to focus on their projects in...
the Roller-Bladers of Suleimaniya

the Roller-Bladers of Suleimaniya

In late 2010, I accompanied journalists Sarah Stuteville and Alex Stonehill on a reporting trip to Iraqi Kurdistan and Syria to document for my next book, ROLLING BLACKOUTS. We were in Sulaymaniyah, a city in northern Iraq, because Sarah and Alex (founding members of the journalism collective and website the Seattle Globalist) were working on...
The Waiting Room

The Waiting Room

THE WAITING ROOM Published April 2011 on Cartoon Movement 20 pages Syria is a temporary refuge to hundreds of thousands of Iraqis who have fled their own country following the 2003 invasion by US coalition forces. While some have been resettled to third countries, many are waiting as refugees without access to work or higher education....
Occupy Miami

Occupy Miami

While in Miami for the Miami Book Fair in November of 2011, I headed over to Peace City to see what the local Occupy movement was up to for Cartoon Movement’s Occupy Sketchbook series.  http://www.cartoonmovement.com/comic/22  
Proximity Talks - A Comic For the Jewish Quarterly

Proximity Talks – A Comic For the Jewish Quarterly

I’m the resident cartoonist for the Jewish Quarterly, a journal published out of London. For my first installment, here’s a first person comic about shuttling back and forth between the West Bank and West Jerusalem and trying to talk about what peace means. http://jewishquarterly.org/2011/09/proximity-talks/
State of Palestine

State of Palestine

I have a new comic up on the Cartoon Movement site on Khaled Jarrar, a Palestinian artist working in Ramallah whose stamp project, “Live and work in Palestine”, reaches out to international visitors to the city.
Back in Israel

Back in Israel

I’m back for the first time since doing the trip four years ago…this time for a conference and then for some reporting out of the West Bank. Here’s a little quick comic about getting through passport control which I was a bit nervous about..  
8 Days Out

8 Days Out

A few years ago I made a sketchbook travelogue called 8 Days Out which followed my brother and my trip from New York to LA as he was moving out west. It was an 80 page minicomic which I made about 50 copies of and afterwards decided I probably would not print again since its...