Buford's big brother. (not to be confused with Big Brother) He's as free-spirited and self-determined as Tristan, who has often been compared with him. A chef, stage-lighting king and musician, he plays important roles in seeking alternatives to normal life and the deeper meaning of all things.
The love of his life, his fiance and the longest relationship he's had, ever. On the upside, she's been supportive, loving and emotionally stable. On the downside, this has made it almost impossible for him to carry on with a bitter sentiment toward women, which was the staple of his early writings.
Chrysteen's son. He is inspiration for Buford's patience, having tested it thoroughly. He is a ball of energy that people look at and say, "Oh, he'll be a football player/wrestler/cowboy/firefighter/cop/etc..." in full confidence. And each is right.
Buford's Mom. She has been a driving force in Buford's life, both physically and inspirationally. Strong-willed and outspoken, her genes helped push Buford to his limits.
Buford's twin brother, now far separated. He is the backbone, strength, determination and spirit that Buford tries to personify in some of his characters. He's now finishing up a degree in music/archaeology across the country and plans to join the Marines when he's finished.
Buford's Dad. He's quiet a lot, but he has a sense of wisdom that comes up at the most inopportune times and can't be well described. Still, he makes attempts to do so.
Buford's daughter. She's so independent she's rumored to have refused to eat as an infant when being spoonfed until she was allowed to feed herself. She's tall for her age and, while lacking somewhat in verbal skills, she is extremely advanced with problem-solving. This page is picture-heavy.