BREED is an internationally recognized professional artist residing in Southern California. He draws endless inspiration and non-stop motivation from his amazing girlfriend and their four incredible children (and one awesome grandson)! BREED has always had a love for things geeky, nerdy, artistic, and imaginative. It began in his youth with playing every Atari 2400 game he could get his hands on and sitting mesmerized in front of the TV while Sid & Marty Krofft, classic Universal monster movies, G.I. Joe, ThunderCats, and Macross cartoons lit up the boob tube! Then in 1984 on a rickety spinning metal rack at the local J.J. Newberry's he found the "hobby" that would change his life forever...comic books!
BREED's love and admiration for comic books, animation, TVs & movies as well as the talented individuals that create them has been instrumental in his development as an artist. He has enjoyed over 26 years as a Comic book/Pre-Production/Animation artist whose work has been featured by Marvel Comics, 20th Century Studios, Zenescope Entertainment, IDW, Stranger Comics, Action Lab Entertainment, and Counterpoint Comics.
His most recent comicbook-based work has been featured by Marvel (Miles Morales: Spider-Man), Zenescope Entertainment (Grimm Fairy Tales series), UpperDeck Co./Marvel (MCU, Into The Spider-Verse, and Marvel Masterpieces/Flair/Premiere/Annual), Stranger Comics (Niobe: She is Death - in development at HBO), Action Lab Entertainment (Athena Voltaire), Counterpoint Comics (Prey For The Sinner and Notti & Nyce series), MWP (War Angels), MNS Cards, LLC (The Chaney Legacy), and Red Stylo Media (Caged in Flesh).
BREED is collaborating with Marat Mychaels and Karl Alstaetter on the highly anticipated, fan favorite "Prophet" comic book tying in with the recently announced Jake Gylenhall movie based off Rob Liefeld's characters! He is also currently penciling and inking Tales From The Crypt-esque horror "Flesh Nest" as well as painting lavish, highly detailed art for the graphic novel adaptation of "Kill It Dead!" based off the indie screenplay of the same name.
When he's not feverishly hard at work in his home studio you can find BREED creating and exhibiting his art at comic book/toy/anime/horror conventions, galleries, and art shows across the United States and overseas.