American cartoonist who became well-known for her lesbian-focused cartoons. She added to numerous magazines throughout her profession, like the Spectator, International Tattoo Artwork, and On Our Backs. She was self-taught and found out her artistic capabilities at an extremely early age. She also worked well like a tattoo designer in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and published function in Jewish Occasions, Indie Biker, and Calyx Publication. She was created in LA. Her works had been also released in publication The Spectator which, in 1853, released a poor — albeit anonymous — overview of Bleak Home by Charles Dickens.