Selected Work





Paris 1995
When I was sixteen years old my high school French class spent nine days in France. Twenty years later I found my old journal and two pencil sketches. This zine shares my 1995 diary entries, along with commentary (often humorous) and illustrations from 2015. Très amusant!

5.5 x 8.5 inches, 16 pages, 12 illustrations B&W interior, card-stock cover.
$5 (includes US shipping). Email me:


Illustrations and notes about ten independent bookstores that I've visited.

5.5 x 8.5 inches, 16 pages, 10 illustrations B&W interior, card-stock cover. Presently Out of stock.


Andrew studies the history of book publishing during WWII. His blog discusses the home front book drives, military publishing/library programs, and book publishers' participation in support of the war effort. The blog got a mention on Gizmodo!


Andrew is an author as well as a designer.
He self-published the story of his grandfather's charming and indeed thrilling service in WWII. Osprey Publishing released an eBook edition. The
book's blog features articles and photos about the US troops who supplied the Allied invasion through Normandy and the besieged port of Antwerp.

On his Tumblr blog Andrew shares the drawings he does for fun, comics, killed book cover designs, and other bookish stuff.

Andrew's wife Kelly runs the popular gluten-free cooking blog, Together they have published three cookbooks.