was born in 1980, grew up in Louisiana and Kentucky, and went to college at Murray State University. He majored in art, then theater, then history, then English, then ended up back with art, earning a BFA in graphic design.
The first book in the Crogan Adventures series, Crogan’s Vengeance, came out in 2008. Chris made the book while he was in graduate school, studying Sequential Art (that’s the academic name for comics) at SCAD-Atlanta, the metropolitan branch of the Savannah College of Art and Design. It was nominated for an Eisner award.
He received his MFA in 2008, and began teaching at SCAD-Atlanta shortly afterwards as an instructor in the Sequential Art and Animation departments. He is now a full professor in the Sequential Art department, and is a proud member of both the National Cartoonist Society and the Baker Street Irregulars.
He lives in Marietta, Georgia with his wife Liz and daughter Penelope.
Snail Mail can be delivered to me at the school at which I teach.
1600 Peachtree St. NE
Atlanta, GA 30062