mat·ter | ˈmatər |

1. physical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit; (in physics) that which occupies space and possesses rest mass, esp. as distinct from energy: the structure and properties of matter.

  • a substance or material: organic matter | vegetable matter.
  • written or printed material: reading matter.

Things that matter, such as professional work or published writing. A rather short list.

  • The Coolest Pediatricians
    UCSD Pediatrics residents show off how cool they are in a video, and I make an appearance.
  • A Million Dollars a Day
    Aloe Blacc inadvertently takes on wealth inequality.
  • Storm
    I think I actually finished this one sometime last year. Got a little better at using Procreate, and found out there’s a layer limit based on available iPad memory.
  • Healthcare Workers During COVID-19
    I spent a lot of time trying to find the original source for this drawing to give appropriate credit. The artist signed it but I wasn’t able to read the name well enough at this resolution, and reverse image searching turned up a bunch of reposters.
  • Clips of Yore
    LEGO Studios’ camera was not quite as timeless as the bricks it included.