In November of 2019, I had the immense privilege of getting to be a freelance illustrator for famed New York TV showhost, Bill Boggs. The book I illustrated for him is titled, 'The Adventures of Spike the Wonder Dog'. He promotes the book on his YouTube page here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMAououIQYk
And he talks about the inspiration for his book here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IMCuVlS73c

Since my painting of Downtown Denville has culminated a lot of attention on Facebook, and a lot of people have expressed interest in it, I started making some prints of it. I've made a batch of 10 12*18 inch prints at a time for $15 each, and sold all of them! Now I'm onto my second batch, and hopefully, it'll be just as successful selling!

After several months waiting with eager anticipation, 'Will Little Roo Ever...?' is finally available for purchase on Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Will-Little-Ever-Chuck-Miller/dp/1543968465/ref=s...) and as e-Book copies on BookBaby's bookstore (https://store.bookbaby.com/book/will-little-roo-ever)!

This is one of the first commissions I’ve done. The image was used as illustration for an independently-produced horror film called Viral Demon (now called e-Demon), directed by Jeremy Wechter. I did this for him back in the summer of 2015, and the film was submitted to a New York horror film festival on the Halloween of 2016, and Jeremy won a Best Director award. Two years later at the same time of the year, the film managed to get a limited big-screen release in New York as well as Los Angeles, and then became available for rent/purchase on Amazon, Google, iTunes, Vudu, and Blu-ray.

Little Roo is a soon-to-be-published book written by Chuck Miller, in beloved memory of his passed 6-year-old daughter. I illustrated for him, wanting to give it a style that stood out as unique and pretty to look at, as I felt that this tribute to his late daughter was a wonderful gesture on his part that should be commended. The project was successfully crowd-funded on Kickstarter, and the book is set to be released by BabyBooks (both digital and hardcover) by February 2019.

"Toby the Crane" was the first book I illustrated. Available both in hard copy and for download on Kindle, "Toby the Crane" learns the power of friendship and that every job is important. So far all of the reviews were five-star. Check it out at https://amzn.to/2RLXT6G.