Let's Get a Little Familiar.
Nice to meet you! I guess if you're here you'd like to learn more about me, eh?
First off, I am a big fan of Carol Danvers. She's a big part of my personal approach to everything, philosophically.
I exhibit a healthy appreciation for all things nerdy, and I have an unabating desire to befriend strangers. A trait I'm told I inherited that from my grandfather.
I'm non-binary and prefer they/them pronouns. My spouse and I own two geriatric Dachshund siblings named Hansel and Gretel in the American Mid-West.
I'm on the board of Kaleidoscope Youth Center, an LGBTQIA+ youth organization and am a strong advocate for queer rights, as well as other egalitarian endeavors for minority groups.
I have a Masters Degree in American History with a focus on organized labor, along with an undergraduate degree in Journalism. Both from Bowling Green State University. (Go Falcons!)
I've been a copywriter, designer, project manager and editor for a Marketing day-gig for the last 15 years. I have been writing poetry and stories for about a decade, but only recently have been actively pursuing comic publication.
Finally, I have a passion for storytelling, especially through the collaborative medium of illustration. I adore the power of parables in popular culture, particularly comic books.
Stories bring us together. They are our cultural memory and inheritance. We are as equal now when reading and listening about fantastic adventures and epic journeys as we were when huddled together before the fires of antiquity. They prove we are bound together by a common thread of existence.
Stories help us think. They help us empathize. They help us rationalize and contextualize. They help us evolve.
Stories help us remember what is important as we inevitably change into something better.
I think that's pretty neat.