MACY*S PRIDE MONTH

I was commissioned to create the rainbow background that is currently being used for all of Macy*s Pride Month promotional materials. This was one of those jobs that was bigger than the job. I support LGBTQ rights and can’t really understand how anyone does not. So many strides have been made and I hope that things keep moving in the […]

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Annual Report Illustrations

I was commissioned to create portraits for an Annual Report of Historical Returns for a large global asset manager. The main portrait I had already created for another publication but 2 additional portraits were needed to complement that one. The timeline was extremely tight so I created the portraits in 2 layers, line and color. That […]

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The Boston Globe

Excited to share my first piece for The Boston Globe. I was asked to illustrate a review of the book Hourglass by Dani Shapiro. I always enjoy the challenge of creating more conceptual work and I’m really happy with how this turned out, especially with only 1 day to turn this illustration around! Here are […]

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Mulan at the Society of Illustrators

I haven’t blogged about sketch night at the Society of Illustrators in quite a while, but last night was such a great session that I wanted to share. The models were outfitted in elaborate, authentic Chinese headdresses and contemporary clothing as they performed a fashion-inspired version of the Chinese folktale Mulan. Directed by fashion designer David […]

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Public Speaking Take 2

A few months ago I was asked by Pearson Education to illustrate the tenth edition of Public Speaking An Audience-Centered Approach. What was especially cool about this was that Pearson had also asked me to illustrate the ninth edition a few years ago. This time instead of an approach of line drawing with a watercolor wash, they […]

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