Friday, September 15, 2017

Summer into Autumn



This piece for Rutgers Magazine celebrates the transition from summer into autumn. It accompanies two articles about how alumni volunteers help students transition from their communities into a new school year on campus. Thanks to editor Scott Fognall for this colorful assignment! You can view my illustration portfolio here !

Friday, August 25, 2017

Chasing Talent


I had a blast collaborating with my first-ever client in Indiana, Purdue University. These illustrations accompany a story called Chasing Talent - all about the process of recruiting elite student-athletes to attend the school.  Thanks to art director, Virginia K Reynolds, of a perfect back-to-school assignment! You can view my new website here.

Text messaging is a common method colleges use to stay in touch with recruits.


Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Road to Empowerment

This  piece for the University of New Hampshire accompanies a story about their Institute on Disability. Through the study of statistics, this group helps craft policies which empower disabled Americans. Their goal is to ”improve the lives of and opportunities afforded to people with disabilities, to support equal opportunity in employment, independent living, and healthcare.” Thanks to art director Valerie Lester for this enlightening assignment! You can view more work at my new site!


Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Climate Change is Not Cool


I carried this hand-drawn sign in the Climate March over the Hudson back in April. I’m thrilled it will be included in a book, Posters for Change, published by Princeton Architectural Press. Thanks so much to the jury! (oil pastel and pencil on poster paper)

At the People's Climate March Over the Hudson, Poughkeepsie, NY

At the People's Climate March Over the Hudson, Poughkeepsie, NY
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Monday, July 24, 2017

Mistakes to Avoid When Grilling


Here’s a piece in today’s Washington Post, about  11 Mistakes Novice Grillers Make - and how to Avoid Them. As an avid griller, I learned some valuable tips from this story. This piece worked as a cover illustration in the Food section, but also as a series of smaller spots interspersed in the story. Thanks to art director, Amanda Soto, for a super tasty assignment! You can view my portfolio here!

Monday, July 10, 2017

The ABCs of Fiduciary Rules





Here's a piece in today's Wall Street Journal, for a story called The ABCs of The Fiduciary Rule. The article educates investors about new regulations which guide mutual fund sellers. I've been fortunate to collaborate with this great publication for over two decades. Thanks to art director Sheryl Dermawan for another tasty assignment. Below are sketches I submitted to the editors:



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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Group Chat



Here's a full-page illustration for HR Magazine. It accompanies a story about how group chat software is catching on as a form of communication in businesses. Because of it's more informal and conversational nature, Millennials consider group chat a superior form of company interaction. Older workers still prefer the more formal format of email. This article weighs the pros and cons of these communication methods. Popular group chat brands include Slack and HipChat. Thanks to art director Mari Adams for a super-timely tech assignment! Please check out my new website here!