How to Deal With Catcallers was a collaboration between myself and Allegra Lockstadt for Rookie Magazine. The piece was about our own experiences and those of others in regards to catcalling. See the whole piece and Allegra's art here: http://www.rookiemag.com/2015/06/how-to-deal-with-catcallers/
White Winter Hymnal
White Winter Hymnal is a comic based off the song White Winter Hymnal by Fleet Foxes. A creepy fairytale was always the vibe I got from that song, so this followed.
This Party Really Sucks
This Party Really Sucksis a comic about how my mom paid me in comics to go to prom.
It was created for Light Grey Art Lab’s STACKS show. Each artist in the show was assigned a year going back to 1984 and was tasked with making a zine that reflected that year. I got 2011, the year I graduated high school. I spent most of my senior year of high school hanging out with a really select few people and reading as many comic books as possible. This evening summed up a large part of that year well for me.
Illustrations and Comics to help tell the story of Minneapolis buisness Glamdoll Donuts. Work done to accompany an article from Pollen Midwest. Read the amazing article here: http://pollenmidwest.org/stories/meet-the-glamdolls/
Canning Season, a comic about when you feel things too much and are going to explode.
Clementine Fox is part of a longer ongoing children's comic. It is about three woodland creatures, Clementine Fox, Penelope Rabbit and Nubbins the Squirrel who decide they want to become professional adventurers.
Clementine was picked up by Andrews McMeel in the fall of 2013. It now runs as a weekly strip on GoComics. http://www.gocomics.com/leigh-luna-comics#.U_vjQrxdXJE
Excerpt from Gnome Home-- A comic about a girl named Penny and her imaginary Garden Gnome, Harold.
Hands and Feet
Hands and Feet is a short comic that samples the lyrics of Dance Anthem of the 80's by Regina Spektor. It was made for the Rock Ink Roll comics anthology held by Altered Aesthetics in Minneapolis.