I'm Maureen. Everybody calls me moe except my mother. 

I am an illustrator, cartoonist and a graphic designer.


My books include Handy Stories and Deaf Cinderella. My work can also been seen in NAD newsletters.  


It all started when my dad told me that I should try and draw on my own. I was 4 years old.

In grade school, I drew cartoons for my teachers. In high school, I continued drawing cartoons. I drew cartoons in almost every class. I helped my junior class with fundraising by drawing caricatures for 50 cents each. (I'll never do it again.)


I graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, with BFA degree in Illustration. I also took full advantage of non-required math courses. 

I am a high school digital media teacher at California School for the Deaf in Fremont.  


I live in Bay Area, California with my husband and my daughter, Shoshannah.