We Don't Go Through the Angelgrass Volume III, January 2022.
The third volume of We Don't Go Through the Angelgrass.
Hilde is unexpectedly forced to prove herself as a candidate for Bloodweed Mother when her mentor's health declines. Tensions rise in the coven and an older rival threatens Hilde's newfound sense of home and purpose. After arguing with her girlfriend and fellow witch Walis, Hilde ventures into the angelgrass in search of greater powers.
In present time, Bagworm desperately seeks protection for Cornflower after their disastrous baptism.
We Don't Go Through the Angelgrass Volume II, January 2021.
The second volume of We Don't Go Through the Angelgrass.
Mother wasn't born a witch. Before, she was known as Hilde: the poor, semi-delinquent daughter of a brakeman. Times were dark. Work was scarce, sickness crawled through the housing blocks and flora-born, bloodthirsty creatures came down from the angelgrass to drink and eat of the townspeople.
We Don't Go Through the Angelgrass Volume I, May 2020.
In a certain country, in a certain swath of land, there was a town in the palm of a Gulch. Angelgrass grew on the crest of the circular valley surrounding: pearlescent and shifting, like a rainbow made of pondwater. Anyone who ventured in was not seen again.
Cornflower has lived in the town all their life like almost everyone else. But when their best friend Jasper disappears, they are compelled to descend into the dark histories and dreamlike workings of The Gulch, and themselves.
My favourite girl that I never see, ChiZine Publications, 2019.
My favourite girl that I never see is the story of a backwoods witch. Rejected by her closest friend, Ori exiles herself on a hermitage deep in the boreal forest outside the town of Boyle. As the season grows darker, Ori encounters burnt symbols on trees, disemboweled crows and beer cans in geometric arrangements: all signs that another witch is working in the area. Isolation, heartbreak and ritual interweave online and IRL as Ori tries to identify her true friends and hold onto the version of reality she knows.
The Rangeroads, 2017.
The Rangeroads follows Cai Monkman, a Cree-Metis teenager who becomes lost in the network of rangeroads outside her hometown in rural Alberta. The roads morph into a place both familiar and strange as she travels, encountering spirits, albino moose, and haunted pioneer shacks. At the same time, two lab assistants from the Beaverlodge Research Station investigate the sudden levitations of barley crops and a prophetic voice that phases in and out on a Grande Cache Radio station.
lo priestess, 2016.
This comic was created in the summer of the year 2016 for Frank Santoro’s Comic Workbook Composition Competition. The story explores classic summertime themes of spirituality, depression, isolation, idleness, and transformation.
Follow a sad girl out her silent summer house and down the muggy backroads at night. Follow her on a bike as sentient garbage dances through the ditch-trees.
Pierre Grey's Lakes, 2013.
Pierre Grey's Lakes follows Sidney and her three friends as they reunite for the first time in five years on a dreary, disorienting camping trip at Pierre Grey’s Lakes. Discouraged by distances between them, Sidney hides behind neuroticism and judgement as a strange, malevolent spirit-heart materializes in the landscape.
Field Guide, 2011.