Category Archives: New work

CANSON ARTIST SERIES PADS

I am always happy to receive a call from the wonderful people at Canson North America, and it was a dream come true when they asked me to create illustrations for their new Artist Series pad covers. I had not seen them published until my friend and S ...

IMMERSIVE SPACES WITH HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

Just completed another interesting project with the Mental Canvas dimensional drawing app: an interactive illustration of Young Huh’s interior design, for House Beautiful. (Above is a view of the kitchen.) I had such fun translating Young Huh’s ...

ALL TOGETHER. DIFFERENT.

A few months back I was commissioned to create illustrations for the Walgreens Boots Alliance‘s 2018-19 Diversity & Inclusion Report. The title All Together. Different. Considering the current state of the world, it was a very timely commission ...

ANIMATION, WASHINGTON POST

I’ve been looking for more opportunities to create animated content and happily I received an email from the Washington Post asking for just such a thing 🙂 People are having difficulty, naturally, furnishing their homes during the pandemic. So w ...

SIXTEEN STORIES

A few years ago a close friend and colleague approached me with the opportunity to illustrate a book of short stories that he had written. Mario, the author and friend, is one of the most ambitious and impressive people I have ever had the pleasure o ...

Greg Betza for The Guardian

I was given my first commission for The Guardian last week. The article titled Could Microsoft’s climate crisis ‘moonshot’ plan really work? was certainly a challenge to illustrate, but when the solution finally comes together it really is that ...

A DREAM ASSIGNMENT

Thanks Workbook for featuring my work on your blog – this campaign of illustrations I did for Chase Private Client, on-site reportage drawings of arts & culture in American cities, really was a dream assignment!  Pictured above is the Los Ange ...

AN INCONVENIENT TIME

An Inconvenient Time – The Story of Ruth Ravina is the story of a young child’s odyssey through three concentration camps and countless tragedies. Ruth Ravina’s story is one of survival and triumph. Back in 2017 I was asked to create art and so ...

NEW ANIMATIONS!

Happy New Year! I apologize, it’s been a while since my last post. It’s been one of those times in an illustrator’s career where all of the projects you’re working on are confidential. In other words, you’re super busy but you can’t tell ...

NEW ILLUSTRATIONS FOR THE WASHINGTON POST

Pruning back trees during the winter months. I recently had the opportunity to create these illustrations for the Washington Post’s “Local Living” section, for an article about gardening tasks to be done during the winter months. I really enjo ...

CARBON CREDITS FOR PROPUBLICA

Last week I was commissioned to create another series of illustrations for ProPublica, this time the topic was Carbon Credits. Carbon Credits are benefits awarded for projects that reduce pollution through forest preservation. To clarify here is what ...

CITY EXPLORER: FLYING OVER THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE

Thought I would share some of my process in creating the Flying over the Brooklyn Bridge scene with Mental Canvasand Potion Design, for the NYU Hassenfeld City Explorer interactive children’s game installation. (Click the link at the bottom of th ...

Breakdown Palace

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PROPUBLICA

I was recently commissioned to create a series of illustrations about the crisis in the California jail system, specifically Fresno county. Overcrowding, gangs, violence and overall poor conditions have contributed to more than a few tragedies. And t ...

REPORT ILLUSTRATIONS FOR EDELMAN

A few months ago I was asked to create the 2018 cover for the Edelman citizenship report, an annual report of sorts. The cover had to encompass the 4 main principles of their corporate culture: community, people, world, and clients. After a few sketc ...
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