︎ Sam Brumbaugh is an artist originally from Northern Virginia. He grew up in a family which encouraged his creative development, and exposed him a variety of artwork and cinema. He developed an affinity for classic animation such as Looney Toons and Hanna Barbera, as well as contemporary television shows. Sam creates worlds using humor and absurdity to stretch the performance of his characters and his voice work. Sam hopes that one day his work becomes the inspiration for younger aspiring storytellers, as so many creators once did for him.
Gerald’s Long Day
︎ An unstoppable force meets an immovable egg-headed object. Absurdity, thy name is Gerald.