Peregrination explores how the inner, imaginative life of a young artist grounds him, but also allows his creativity to take flight. The layered work uses ink-washed panels, vividly colored digital paintings, and written journal pages to unfold memories, reveal the exterior life of the artist, and follow a fantasy unfolding in his mind. The chapters loosely connect what the artist experiences in daily life to what happens to the wandering outcast in his imagined world. The two stories merge as the artist's inner and outer lives are ruptured by an act of violence. Peregrination explores the doorways and barriers between a lived life and an imagined one in a 220-page, illustrated graphic novel. Peregrination will appeal to all fans of graphic novels, illustrated books, and alternative fantasy stories and additionally offers a nuanced contemplation on social issues such as how teenagers react to isolation and emotional pain.