I have read comics since I was given a Peanuts collection at the age of six and have been drawing them since Mosquito Man appeared in my university newspaper. My childhood dream was realised when I was syndicated by King Features in 2007.
My daily comic strip, Arctic Circle, is about three immigrant penguins having fun in a changing world. It has an underlying environmental theme.
Arctic Circle is distributed by King Features and appears in newspapers worldwide.
You can read more at arcticcirclecartoons.com.
Jack and Joni and the Time-Travelling Shed
Jack and Joni have inherited a space and time-travelling shed from their grandad. This full page, kids’ comic appears in CSIRO’s Double Helix magazine in Australia.
Midge Bristol Investigates
Midge Bristol is a ten year old scientist, who looks into different scientificky things with her robot sidekick, Jo-E. This children’s cartoon strip appeared bi-monthly in CSIRO’s Scientriffic magazine in Australia.
Human Cull is a tongue-in-cheek single panel comic about making the world a better place by removing all the most annoying people. It is published on GoComics.com. Some people take this very seriously and want to cull me. I’ve been culled by many of the suggestions made (for instance, I have a habit of leaving cupboard doors open) and I’m quite happy to appear on Alien Admin’s list.
My Personal Demons was about things that give me the heebie-jeebies. A Better World imagined just that. Behind the Lines was about teachers, Beanheads was about coffee and Smooth Operators was about life in a call centre.