I'm a storyboard artist with 2D animation background and with a childhood dream of doing comics. Currently I do storyboards for video games, helping find creative approaches to weave the right story-driven emotions within an interactive context. Beside spewing words to make what I do seem complex, my visual influences are of the comic book-animation-manga-gaming variety with interests in most visual storytelling fields including movies, tv, animation, video games, comics, illustration and anything on the side. Some of the strengths I often hear about my work is that it's expressive, dynamic, hits humor beats and tone right and it's just really fun. Does this sound like I was bragging? Please don't tell me this is bragging; I don't like to br--... Currently my personal goals are to slow down to improve on visual polish of my works, FINALLY find a style I want to stick with and explore, strike a healthier lifestyle balance with my work-related hobbies, and to just enjoy and appreciate the ride.
Current job : Storyboard Artist at Eidos Montréal - Square Enix
Storyboards so far: Undisclosed upcoming release; Shadow of the Tomb Raider; Rise of the Tomb Raider ; Deus Ex : Mankind Divided; Deconstructed; How It's Made; cancelled Bubble Gum Crisis live action film; Storm Hawks; Pérusse Cité (on one episode); a bunch of Nestlé cereal commercials for Pascal Blais; SuperBook; and more.
Current Residence: Canada (Montreal,Quebec)
Ahoy-hoy I came across your amazing artwork while browsing Fantastic content, I must say! Keep up the great work
Say...did you ever decide on accepting commissions? I read an old journal of yours (from a couple years ago) regarding the topic. Would you be willing to accept one? If so, what are your rates and restrictions? Feel free to note or DM me with all the details using this new cockamamie ”chat” feature. Either way is fine with me Have a pleasant day/afternoon/evening
I'm glad to hear of your continued interest! I'm slowly thinking doing commissions might not be a bad idea after all but I'm not quite there yet. I'm very sorry. No ETA in mind; maybe I'll open up to extra activities once I finish going through those Comikx pages.
Really great page, my man. Your folio is exactly what I think of when I see the term "professional cartoonist". Excellent use of expression, pose and color--identifiable style, but also dynamic without being locked into a particular monocular type of character build.
Inspirational stuff, dude.