Webcomic has launched!

My webcomic has just launched! Click on image to find out where to read it.


Characters for a webcomic

“The Sacramental Father Dom”

A webcomic set to begin around February 2019.

Walk alongside a Northern Californian Diocesan Priest as he goes through an existential crisis. Step into his thoughts and dreams.

Stay tuned!

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Church sign just arrived.

The sign I designed for St. Stephen’s church, San Francisco, just arrived last night! The pastor's friend, Vito, approves!! This saint is often depicted with stones, as he was stoned to death, and a palm leaf (Christian martyr). 
Manufactured by HD Supply. Printed on Dibond (aluminum + polyethylene). HD has an endless assortment of sign designs to choose from, but can also create from a provided composition, such as this one.

HD Supply, USA: https://hdsupplysolutions.com/

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Illustration for NETWORK

An illustration for the back cover of the upcoming periodical published by NETWORK Lobby.


Fr. Dom at the opera

Fr. Dom attending Messiaen's opera Saint François d'Assise.  Sample page for a work in progress.


Stitching and Sewing

Sewing on the hanging loops for a hand-painted banner for St. Agnes, San Francisco.  

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Greeting & Holiday cards

Greeting & Holiday cards available from any images in my prints, or other designs. Mention which image you would like, from my prints or other pages in this site, when you order.  Available in sets of 30, 40, or 50.  Blank inside.  Text available on back.  Includes envelopes.

30 = https://www.etsy.com/listing/593217421/greeting-cards-5x-7-set-of-30

40 = https://www.etsy.com/listing/579411870/greeting-cards-5x-7-set-of-40

50 = https://www.etsy.com/listing/593221027/greeting-cards-5x-7-set-of-50

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Newest Print: Cathedral of St. Mary...

8” x 10” Glicée print on 100% cotton rag, acid free, archival, 230 gsm paper. 


Cathedral of Saint Mary of the Assumption, San Francisco, California, USA.
A celebration of it's architecture, sculpture and stained glass.
The current structure was erected in 1971. Architects: Pietro Belluschi, Pier Luigi Nervi, John Michael Lee, Paul A. Ryan and Angus McSweeney.  Bronze doors and sculptures by Enrico Manfrini, organ by Fratelli Ruffatti, stained glass by Gregory Kepes and baldachino by Richard Lippold.

Original: Pencil, ink & acrylic on paper. 2017


Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day

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(traditional carol - 14th C?)

Tomorrow shall be my dancing day;
I would my true love did so chance
To see the legend of my play,
To call my true love to my dance;


Sing, oh! my love, oh! my love, my love, my love,
This have I done for my true love.

Then was I born of a virgin pure,
Of her I took fleshly substance
Thus was I knit to man's nature
To call my true love to my dance.


In a manger laid, and wrapped I was
So very poor, this was my chance
Between an ox and a silly poor ass
To call my true love to my dance.


Then afterwards baptized I was;
The Holy Ghost on me did glance,
My Father’s voice heard I from above,
To call my true love to my dance.


Into the desert I was led,
Where I fasted without substance;
The Devil bade me make stones my bread,
To have me break my true love's dance.


Detractors on me they made great suit,*
And with me made great variance,
Because they loved darkness rather than light,
To call my true love to my dance.


For thirty pence Judas me sold,
His covetousness for to advance:
Mark whom I kiss, the same do hold!
The same is he shall lead the dance.


Before Pilate some Jews me brought,
Where Barabbas had deliverance;
They scourged me and set me at nought,
Judged me to die to lead the dance.


Then on the cross hanged I was,
Where a spear my heart did glance;
There issued forth both water and blood,
To call my true love to my dance.


Then down to hell I took my way
For my true love's deliverance,
And rose again on the third day,
Up to my true love and the dance.


Then up to heaven I did ascend,
Where now I dwell in sure substance
On the right hand of God, that man
May come unto the general dance.


(* this line originally began with "The Jews")