Hey there. Welcome. I'm Christina. I make comics. You can read them below. Political stuff up top, family stuff underneath that. I'm fiddling with this website, but in the meantime: Get in touch. Sign up for my newsletter. You know, all the things.
Taking a second look at aspects of our culture that we take for granted and creating visions for a better world.
Diary comics that include lots of moving house and lots of processing home.
February - March 2017
Diary comics about moving and resisting, about silence and stuff.
Learning and unlearning what the world tells us about beauty -- and our value as women. View related projects at Dear Daughter.
On rootlessness and refugees.
Drawing connections between the Dunning-Kruger Effect, the creative "gap", and imposter syndrome.
Stories are how we make sense of our world, and wetiko is the story virus of always needing more more more.
Sometimes the news breaks your heart, and you just need a moment. Sometimes you need a lot of moments.
Why The Dinner Party is important to me, and why I'm a Dinner Partier.
A visual essay exploring how our emotions manifest themselves on the internet. Written during AC4D.
Navigating the tender, reflective spaces in family, love, and loss.
A comic about tarot and tea and looking for answers.
"Closets" is a story about my dad, told in 7 chapters. It's about my relationship with my parents, and in the end -- it's about love.
Who are you not to be?
The stories we tell ourselves.
The absence of broken presence.
Skeletons in the closet.
The comfort of closets.
In and out of closets. #LoveWins
The me I'm meant to be.
How we hold trauma in our bodies, and how we shake shake shake it off.
A reflection on the alchemy of time, inspired by Lunar New Year travels visiting family in Asia.
This one is about words because I love words and because words matter. It’s also about #SayingGoodbye.
Moving always triggers in me a tug of war between letting go and preserving ties.
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