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Another year has zoomed by and I’m grateful to have had so much to keep me busy.

I’m still trying to figure out how to better manage my time so I can get more done without burning myself out. I can feel myself growing more at ease with poster work and less nervous about starting new projects. Although each new piece feels like a challenge to prove myself capable to myself all over again, I’m beginning to enjoy all the parts of the process that come with that challenge.

I already have my first big paid project lined up for January, I’ll be continuing to paint the next two in my LOTR series, as well as pitching more licensed art concepts to galleries. That should keep me occupied through Q1.

I’d still love to get the right opportunity for a steelbook or home entertainment packaging, but in the meantime I’ll keep following my heart and try to fill as much of my time with creating things that make me happy.

Here’s hoping we all get to check off a few things on our 2024 ‘To Do’ List! 🤞

Thank you all for your support and encouragement, and a special thanks to my fellow creatives who continue to inspire and motivate me to keep living this artful way of life. ❤️

Today marks the 25th Anniversary of the release of Ocarina of Time! It was the first Zelda game that I played (I think I was 14?). I have so many lovely memories of riding through Hyrule, fishing, and flying around with chickens. I eventually got to a part in the game that I couldn't get past, so I've never played it all the way through. But it'll always be near and dear to my video-game loving heart!

I've created an 18x24 variant to compliment my screenprint version, as I did for my Breath of The Wild poster.

On November 4th, I’ll be hanging out in Cambridge, Massachusetts from 12-6pm at @massminicon (1950 Mass Ave, near Porter Square). $10 cash entry fee at the door, so come prepared!

I’ll be selling remaining inventory of 3 screenprints, my giclées will be available to order from my catalog book, and my full printed portfolio will be on hand if you want to see any of my work in person.

All screenprint and giclee orders placed at my table during the event will receive a set of Interstellar 5x7 screenprinted/embossed handbills, while supplies last.

For those of you at home, be sure to stop by my online shop and check out the special giclée prints which will be available for a short time.

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