I've been writing and crowdfunding comic books since 2014, starting with the post-apocalyptic road trip series, Bust.
Since then I've gone on to write many other comic books across several genres, and I've worked with many incredible artists, colourists and letterers from around the world.
The cyberpunk comic series Killtopia is my biggest hit, with over £120,000 raised on Kickstarter across five volumes, thousands of copies sold and multiple awards won.
Check out my comic book releases below for more information, page samples and store links to pick up a copy.
Killtopia is a cyberpunk comic set in Neo Tokyo, which has become infested with killer Mechs. High-tech bounty hunters known as Wreckers hunt the machines for fame and fortune, until one of the Mechs turns sentient.
Every low-life, bounty hunter and Yakuza clan in Neo Tokyo is searching for the sentient Mech known as 'Crash.' After befriending a rookie Wrecker called Shinji, Crash finds himself in the middle of a city-wide battle royale.
Shinji and Crash team up with the Koshiro-23 hacker group and attempt to cure a nanomachine plague known as 'The Rot.' Meanwhile, a ruthless and ancient AI prepares to reveal itself to the world.
As the world mourns the loss of a global icon, we go back to the birth of Killtopia and relive the dark origins of superstar Wrecker, Stilleto. In the present, Omi and Shinji wage war against the Mech's leader.
The day of the tenth annual Wreck-Fest tournament is here! Neo Tokyo's hackers, slum-rats, Yakuza gangs and old enemies unite as one to battle the forces of #I/O across the hunting grounds of Killtopia.
The first Killtopia short story anthology features 80 pages of cyberpunk mayhem inspired by the theme of 'media', created by writers, artists, colourists and letterers from the comic book and video game industries.
Set in 1993, this Killtopia prequel is a loving tribute to old-school beat 'em up games and action flicks. It follows a crew of martial arts vigilantes as they battle a ninja drug cartel over one night of bare knuckle mayhem.
The action heats up as Akari's army of street ninjas raise hell while the mysterious drug 'BPM' wreaks havoc across Stone City. Maya and Ashby learn more about the drug's shady origins as their friendship is tested.
An official reboot of Irem's 1993 arcade beat 'em up, Ninja Baseball Bat Man, that follows four all-stars as they defend their sport from other evil teams - such as a hockey squad, a pro wrestling tag team and more.
This psychological horror one-shot dives deep into the mind of a burned out author facing an impossible deadline. As pressures mount, he checks himself into the secluded Greenglade Oaks lodge, where deadlines go to die.
My first ever comic book, Bust is a dark mash-up of Fallout, Mad Max and Fight Club that follows Las Vegas card dealer, Jack as he searches for a safe place for his family to live amid an unfolding mutant apocalypse.
Ten years later, Jack wanders the wastelands as a ronin, seeking to atone for his sins. When relic from the old world emerges, Jack finds his chance to put his past mistakes right and create a brighter future for humanity.
The series returns! Jack and his surrogate family hit the road to find the mysterious Station Bravo, as the Smilers gang and their leader, Sackcloth close in.
This issue pays tribute to Mad Max, taking place across one chaotic car chase, as Jack, Lily and Dawn fend off Sackcloth's convoy to reach sanctuary.
A twisted fantasy inspired by Dark Souls, Vessels stars Wake, a dream warrior who assembles a warband to save her realm from the collapse of reality.
The Vessels have awoken! Wake and her party learn about the cosmic forces that are altering reality, as thief Marillon makes a deal with the devil.
Wake and G'Dala journey the Madula plains as reality warps around them. The Vessels roam the lands in search of Wake, resulting in a bloody battle.