A personal piece about collecting falling stars.
Self initiated piece reworking a discarded concept while featuring women in science.
For an article about eliciting maximum impact from your team and also to growing the capacity for that impact over time. Art direction by Stewart Scott-Curran. The article can be read here.
My first for The Globe and Mail and probably my tightest deadline thus far! “A Few Burning Questions” focused on answering summer-relevant questions. Details of the illustration also doubled as spots throughout the article.Art Direction Bryan Gee. The article can be read here.
For an article about how asking why is not always the best strategy. Thank you to AD Stewart Scott-Curran.
For an article about how many restaurants don’t comply with The Americans with Disabilities Act, failing to accommodate and welcome their disabled guests. The article can be read here.
A piece about the unwelcome and anxiety-inducing gazes women sometimes receive from merely walking home.
A personal piece about a clouded state of mind.
My piece created for The Great Outdoors charity group show! A print version is available here.
For an article about yoga in prison for Phoenix Magazine. Art direction by Mirelle Inglefield. The article can be read here.
A personal piece celebrating the Studio Ghibli film, “Kiki’s Delivery Service”. A print version is available here.
A personal piece inspired by Roxanne Gay’s short story about the stone thrower and the glass woman.
Client: The Tampa Bay Times
Cover art for an article chronicling one woman’s determination to shed her addiction to refined sugar. Art direction by Brittany Volk. You can read the article here.
A set of animated GIFs to wile away the winter blues.
Client: MovieMaker Magazine
An opening illustration and spots accompanying a list of Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker in 2017. Thank you to AD Kelly Leow!
Client: The New York Times
Two pieces, ‘What Would It Take to Replace the Pay Working-Class Americans Have Lost?’, ‘Why voters don’t buy it when economists say global trade is good’, and ‘Graduating and looking for your passion?’. Thanks to AD Minh Uong!
A triptych celebrating the podcast Welcome to Nightvale. Each piece of the series is desktop sized and can be used as a wallpaper.
Client: The Washington Post Magazine
Various illustrations and spots for the Washington Post and Washington Post Magazine.
Client: The Boston Globe
An illustration accompanying the story of two families living happily in a two-family house and their subsequent disconnection after the narrator’s family moves away. The article can be read here. Many thanks to AD Jane Martin!
A series about miscommunication / the sometimes inadequacy of words. The concept can be summed up by this (somewhat dismal) Somerset Maugham quote:
Each one of us is alone in the world. He is shut in a tower of brass and can communicate with his fellows only by signs and the signs, and the signs have no common value, so that their sense is vague and uncertain. We seek pitifully to convey to others the treasures of our heart, but they have not the power to accept them, and so we go lonely, side-by-side but not together, unable to know our fellows and unknown by them.
Client: Vinyl Moon
Album art for the monthly vinyl record subcription service. Includes intertwined cover art, as well as 6 inside panels which tell the converging stories of a lonesome girl and her confident older self.
A personal piece inspired by a snowy February.
Inspired by the recent discovery of water on Mars.
Achieving grandiose goals through the process of teamwork.
A series of spot illustrations accompanying stories about unpleasant and sometimes bizarre dating encounters. The article can be read here. Many thanks to AD Vinnie Neu!
A zine retelling the ancient Greek myth of Atalanta and the Footrace.
Visual musings inspired by Alabama Shakes’ album, Sound and Color. These were originally designed as animated gifs and can be seen in motion here.
Art for OpenTable’s ad campaign accentuating unique, exclusive dining experiences. The direction was to house different, distinct dining scenes inside terrariums.