"As I got older, I learned that if you can convey a story with an image, then you're good; you're golden."
"I was painting fairly realistic, naturalistic subject matter at that point, and I was frustrated, so I decided I would just use the dumbest material I could find -- something that wasn't meant for art making and wasn't so precise."
"My goal is to use my emotional connection to the metaphysical imagery of Christianity to heighten my ability to articulate the psychological truth of my everyday life."
"If I get a little burnt out on the visual art and hand-rendering thing, I can kind of chill out and go into music... it's still exercising the mind in the same way -- just on a totally different platform."
"I feel like more people are discovering [comic books] and realizing that it's a medium where you can pretty much do anything. There's no limit."
"One day, I decided that I'd never become an artist if I never had time to do it, so I quit [my job]. It was a really hard decision because it was a really fun job and I had a lot of great friends and connections through it, but I really had to get out...