I got my start in comedy at SFCC in sketch studying under Sammy Wegent. It was an amazing time for me and I learned that I could do comedy and be pretty decent at it. I later went to learn improv at BATS.


My drawing skills were in bad shape when I began work on Love & Warren. Truth be told, they still have a long ways to go. Luckily, I have a couple of great resources that are slowly getting me to where I want to be.


With the first version of Love & Warren, I just went for it. Although I liked the direction I was going, I didn’t have the tools to get to where I wanted to be. I introduced too many characters without proper development, the story jumped all over the place and I was constantly missing publishing dates. Eventually, I decided to hit the reset button because I realized I could do better. Here are some of the resources that helped me achieve a stronger launch with the reboot.