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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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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Danzante

I’m excited to share a project I worked on last year for the Danzante family of wines. Danzante, or dancing, was in the process of a brand redesign, including their labels, and I was asked to create drawings of dancers. Anyone who knows me or my work knows that I love drawing things in motion, […]

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Scientific American WorldView

I’m excited to share some illustrations I created last month for Scientific American WorldView.  The 6 illustrations all had the common theme of biotechnology in New Jersey…and being from New Jersey I was rather proud to hear that the garden state “is an unyielding driver of 21st-century biotech innovation.” Would love to hear what you think. […]

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