Freelance illustrator, art student, and comic book fiend.
Daniel is a Denver-based illustrator who is skilled in a variety of artistic disciplines and genres, using both traditional and digital mediums, with a focus on comic book art and the realms of horror and fantasy illustration.
He is the co-creator of the graphic novel 'Zombiraq', a winner of the 2013 L. Ron Hubbard 'Illustrators of the Future' award, and the first place winner of the ‘Super 8 Comic Contest’, which was sponsored and juried by Paramount Pictures and DC Comics.
His artwork has been featured in ImagineFX magazine, and his past clients include Topps, Catalyst Game Labs, The Upper Deck Company, Tethered by Letters, Beep Boop Books, PangoDango Games, Galaxy Press, and Mega64.
He has also created artwork and designed merchandise for multiple bands, including Garbage, Tsunami Bomb, and The Action Design.
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September 2017 – Present • New York, NY
Created illustrations for the Star Wars: The Last Jedi and A New Hope trading cards.
Catalyst Game Labs
May 2017 – Present • Lake Stevens, WA
Creating game and card illustrations for Dungeons & Dragons and Shadowrun properties.
Beep Boop Books
Feb 2017 – Present • Los Angeles, CA
Co-Creator and illustrator for the graphic novel ‘Zombiraq’.
Tethered by Letters
June 2015 – Present • Denver, CO
Creating interior and cover artwork for F(r)iction literary journal.
Academy of Art University
Bachelor’s Degree – Illustration
September 2006 – May 2016 • San Francisco, CA
L. Ron Hubbard Illustrators of the Future, Author Services and Galaxy Press
Super 8 Comic Contest, DC Comics & Paramount Pictures (First Place)
Participant of the CGTrader Digital Art Competition, CGTrader.com - https://www.cgtrader.com/
Catalyst Game LabsThe Upper Deck CompanyTethered by LettersBeep Boop BooksLoud and Clear PrintingMonochrome GamesPangoDango GamesGalaxy PressMega64
Comic Book IllustrationPaintingIllustration
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