Starting in 2016 I’ve made ten self-published art books. Shown here are Talk is Cheap: Images are Cheaper, Going
to Goat Hill, 2020 Montclair State University Slam Team Chapbook, and A Cruel Joke! I’m a Faint Dog.
DIGITAL COLLAGE, PUBLISHING DESIGN
Talk is Cheap: Images are Cheaper is the first zine I completed, in 2016. Working within the constraints of the only printer I had access to—which was a laser printer— the zine is in either black or white. I explore novel ways of setting type on, in, and around images. 32 pages.
Going to Goat Hill is a photo and poetry book made in collaboration with Kamco Rayden. The book tells the story of a man struggling to identify with his own memories of the past. 40 pages.
I was commissioned by the MSU Poetry Slam Team to design
their 2020 chapbook. The book was sold at poetry events.
Similar to Talk is Cheap; Images are Cheaper, each spread of
A Cruel Joke! I’m a Faint Dog is about a different topic.
Each page “bleeds” through to the reverse side. The images
connect to each other and combine in a way unique to the
medium. 20 pages.