Book Projects

I have always loved books, especially the ones with a lot of pictures. In a world dominated by digital information and images, I find the physicality of books to be a welcomed escape. Books are tactile, offering intimate interactions between those who create them and those who partake in them.


This book explores spiritual connectedness with Nature, the shock of returning to “civilization,” and the ultimate resolution of these conflicting realities.  The illustrations were all hand-drawn (ink on paper).  Copies of this book are available in color (Risograph printed and spiral-bound), or in B&W (saddle stitch binding).

Star Stone

This Riso-printed mini-book is an illustrated adventure story without words.

Weird Treasures

This mini-book documents some of the strange objects I collected and saved as a child.

Monotypes  Vol. 1

The word “monotype” simply describes a wide variety of processes that lead to the creation of one print (as opposed to most printmaking processes which are designed to create multiple copies).  Monotypes lend themselves very well to experimentation, which is one of the reasons I enjoy them so much.

Vol. 1 contains prints I created over the past two decades as a student, as a teacher, and simply as an artist.

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Monotypes  Vol. 2

This book contains 50+ prints, all created in 2021.  It continues, and builds upon, themes and techniques explored in Vol 1.  The images are inspired by landscapes (both real and fantastic), as well as natural processes that form our world.

Monotypes use printmaking processes that typically render only one (“mono”) print (“type”), as opposed to other techniques that are designed to create multiple prints that are essentially identical.  This means each print is one-of-a-kind.  I like to think of them as paintings that have been transferred onto paper.

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The Garden of Earthly Delights

by Hieronymus Bosch

Hieronymus Bosch has always been one of my favorite artists because of the fantastic, weird worlds he created within his pieces.  The Garden of Earthly Delights is possibly his most famous work.  There are many other books and websites dedicated to explaining Bosch and this piece.  I created this book to provide a purely visual experience of his work, and curated the pages to walk the viewer through this strange, monumental painting.  To look at a piece like this in a museum, one can never get close enough to see the detail, and there are always people lined up behind, waiting for their turn.  This book offers the kind of interaction I wish was possible at a museum--slow and intimate.  Take your time and journey through the weirdness and beauty of “The Garden.”

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I collaborated with my partner, Tith Sin, on this photo essay book which documents his journey visiting and rediscovering Cambodia for the first time since his family left as refugees.  Through photography, it explores Phnom Penh, Siem Reap and Battambang, and focuses on Khmer culture, lifestyles, architecture and more.

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