Visualization of a proposed exhibit in the Tenement Museum in New York City, depicting a 1980s Chinatown sweatshop, detail: showing a guide leading tourists through the exhibit, describing the choices that had to be made by the workers.
Visualization of a proposed exhibit in the Tenement Museum in New York City, depicting a 1980s Chinatown sweatshop, story detail: talking about how the working women would often bring their children to the shop with them.
Spotted this group of neighborhood women smoking and gossiping at a Madrid cafe. In urban neighborhoods globally, these are the women who make the world go ’round. Illustrated (while drinking cappuccino) on location in Madrid.
Illustration for interactive Donor Wall, Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, at the NYU Langone Kimmel Pavilion building. An animated tree composed of 72 individual cut paper leaves on an ink and watercolor base. Client: NYU/Potion Design
Set design and two character designs for the interactive Children’s Wall at the Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital, in the Kimmel Pavilion building at NYU Langone. Client: Potion/NYU Steph Goralnick, Creative Lead
Whale Song Coat Kimono: a palimpsest of imagery evoking the journeys taken by both whale and humanity; and our changing relationship to the whales and natural world. On display at the Mystic Seaport through Fall 2016. Shortlisted for the AOI World Illustration Awards.