In my two decades as a commercial artist I've created giant vegetables for a Washington DC Museum, helped create two dozen tiny hot air balloons for a Vegas show and designed alien bird-men for Star Wars games. I write and illustrate children's books and comics. My art has been exhibited all across the U.S. and in Argentina, the Czech Republic, Russia, the UK, Italy, Spain, and is part of the permanent collection of the Aswara Gallery in Malasyia. I teach painting, drawing and sculpture through schools and community centers around the valley. Lately I make a lot of masks for photo shoots and events through my mask shop on etsy. I'm also a mom and a wife and a resident of the desert city of Phoenix, Arizona.
My husband, Mike Dubisch is a cult figure in underground horror comics, Dungeons & Dragons role -playing games and most recently H.P.Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos. Beginning a quarter century as a cartoonist and illustrator in his mid teens, he has created Star Wars toys, colored comics, animated DVD covers for the World Wrestling Federation, and designed a million cartoon cockroaches for MTV. His work is held in the permanent collection of The Museum of Cartoon and Comic Art. He's a professor at the San Francisco Academy of Art University online and regularly designs monsters, and characters for film and T.V. Together we've had three children and wandered the across the Americas.
My oldest daughter, Chloe Dubisch, is a typical teenage girl in that she worries way too much about her hair on a daily basis. She's atypical in that she reads a book a week, is an incredible storyteller herself, and an excellent artist in her own right. Her work's been in several galleries here in Phoenix as well as in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. She's also quite a good actress, is a freshman at Stephen's college in Missouri and a scholarship student.
Naomi is the youngest, and will be wrapping up her middle experience online this year. She's also a great artist and cook, and is an avid film buff. She's studied film making for the last two summers at the ID tech film camps on A.S.U.'s Tempe campus. She likes swimming, drawing, reading and writing fan fiction. She's just started ballet this year and seems to like it quite a lot.
Oscar is the newest member of the family. Dramatically rescued from certain death in a busy intersection in downtown Phoenix, Oscar has settled in nicely. His best trick so far is to look around wildly when we say "Who's a good boy?" A typical desert dog, he likes to lay in the sun, even when it's 110ºF.