1. Where are you currently based?
2. How would you describe what you do? If you're an artist/collective, where do you get your ideas? If you are a distro/publisher, how do you find your artists?
I make comics that are kind of sad and kind of poetic and recently I’ve been really into ceramics and applying my comics to that medium. Most of my ideas come to me when I’m falling asleep or already there. The phrases that stick in my head for several days are the ones that make it to the page. I also take a lot of inspiration from the children I teach.
3. What is the last comic or zine you read?
Drifter by Anna Haifisch, which is so big and weird and beautiful
4. What do you like about zine/comics festivals?
Being able to communicate with strangers without relying on small talk. All the things we care about are right there on display, and those who connect with it are already connecting by the time they say hi, and those who don’t get it just keep walking.
5. What are you most excited about that you'll have at EUZINE Fest?
Tiny comics drawings on tiny ceramic pieces
6. Do you have any upcoming projects or other events you'll be partaking in?
I have an idea that I might want to make an animated short in the near future, and I’m wrestling with the memory of my last animation project, which destroyed me emotionally. EUZINE will be my last event for a while, so I’ll be taking a lot of time to think about my next big project and decide how I will make it happen.