I’m Morgan. Cartoonist, writer, + wellness guide.
Welcome to my world—a page torn from an Anthropologie catalog, sprinkled with Comic-Con, and wrapped in a Palo Santo scented hug 🤗
Here, making comics is just the beginning of the story…
Helping you get creative and get aligned is what lights me up. I’ve experienced the opposite: when things felt really hard and all I wanted to do was create but couldn’t figure out how to make it happen. I’ve since discovered how to live in a place where I allow my creativity to flow. I’m here to help you do the same so you can create your own writing, art, and comics—and discover your own healing powers so you can thrive. That’s what you’ll discover and unlock for yourself through my videos, blog and courses.
A few of my favorite things.
Indie comics 🤓 Frasier, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, British TV / mysteries / anything by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Paris Texas (Harry Dean Stanton! 😢💔), The Criterion Collection, Madewell wrap tops, high-waisted jeans + cozy tees, swooning over old Alain Delon movies, Nancy Drew, A Course in Miracles, Marianne Williamson + Gabby Bernstein mediations, truffle fries, Ritter coconut cream chocolate, clean beauty, neon signs, reciting Phoebe Buffay songs, and shameless people watching. P.S. I’m totally a cat person.
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Things I’m passionate about.
I have a Hulk-sized passion for equality in comics…
Amplified. Represented. In a real way.
Making sure that women are projected as more than just the “fantasy”. a.k.a. more than hot pants and boobs. Proving them just as strong as anyone else.
Because comics can be anything and for everyone.
Not just 12-year-old boys.
Not just Superman, Spider-man or Arm-Fall-Off Boy (yep, he’s a real thing.)
I want to see a universe where a legit superpower is being accepted as human. However we are. Where guys can cry, and not be thought any less than for it. Where the disabled are portrayed as amazingly capable as they truly are. And men can love men, women can love women, or not be attracted to anyone at all. Where there’s a world of religion, cultures, and races represented. And having the same diversity behind the scenes too.
Comics aren’t a boys club…or a girls club either. And they’re not a certain people club. Comics are an equal people club, telling equal stories (anyone can create comics + kick ass at it!)