Phillip is an illustrator and writer living in Sacramento, CA. A number of dip pens, a few brushes, and some black ink keep him company. He loves to tell stories, as his friends know from the experience of listening to him recant every mundane detail about that one time he went to that one place and that one thing happened.
He has done illustration and graphic design work for large and small businesses and non-profits, and has served time as a freelance writer. He has self-published comics for both print and web and taken many private illustration commissions. Commercial illustration clients include Mel’s Diner, DISRUPT Marketing, Weber Chiropractic, and others. Phillip has also had his art exhibited around Sacramento, including at The Art Of Toys, Apothic Heart Tattoo Collective, and Empire Comics.
In another life, Phillip is the owner of PolyOmni Music where he offers original sheet music, currently specializing in the marching arts. He taught drumlines and drumset for over 18 years, beginning in 1995, and has composed for and sold music to several ensembles across the U.S. and as far as Beijing, China. He has performed in several local ensembles that include the Hei Gu Chinese Percussion ensemble, the Mandarins Entertainment/Sacramento Kings Corp Drumline, and the Mandarins Drum and Bugle Corps. He’s also a veteran of a couple local rock bands.
Phillip would also not hesitate to be a stowaway in the TARDIS.