A series of illustrations for Pop Up Magazine’s Winter 2019 Issue, shown at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House. These images accompanied a live telling of “Tar River Refugees” by Vann R. Newkirk II about the impact of climate change and racism upon black communities along the southeastern coast of the United States.
The New Yorker: Cathedral of Time
For The New Yorker. Thomas Glynn, a deceased novelist, was fascinated by the lives of forgotten men in Dannemora prison. Art Directors: Aviva Michaelov and Claire Merchlinsky
The New York Times Sunday Review: Fishing For Hope In the Face of Addiction
An illustration about supporting a loved one through an opioid addiction, for the New York Times Sunday Review. Art Director: Jim Datz
A pattern of bucking horses, inspired by the energy and chaos of a bubbling volcano. This piece received a Merit Award by 3x3 Mag in 2017 and was exhibited in the group show, “Dreamlogic” at Helikon Gallery (Denver, Colorado, 2017).
Available as a limited edition silk screen print (25" x 25") for $150.
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Caine Lane Garden
A personal piece of an interesting park found in Central, Hong Kong. The original ink drawing was shown at the Society of Illustrators (Illustrators 61).
The New York Times Sunday Review: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
For The New York Times Sunday Review about the issues surrounding the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Art Director: Alexandra Zsigmond
Received an Honorable Mention by 3x3 (2017) and was accepted into The Society of Illustrators (Illustrators 60).
A private commission inspired by Anuar Patjane Floriuk’s winning photo in the National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
A personal piece exploring shape and space.
Exploring the concept of facing the unknown. Monoprint, 2018
A personal piece about constant negative thoughts and fears.
A personal piece inspired by the majestic beauty of Mammoth Lake in Yosemite National Park
The New York Times Sunday Review: Wild Mustangs
An illustration for the New York Times Sunday Review on the overpopulation of wild mustangs and their ecological impact. Art Director: Nathan Huang
Selected illustrations from The Healer, a short story I wrote and illustrated about a dying king and a lone traveler who understands the beauty of the earth.
It Takes Water
Illustration and design for Susan Olupitan’s novel, “It Takes Water”.
The story of Moses and the plague, retold using only silhouette.
A collaboration with Kuju Coffee, a company founded upon the idea of finding moments of stillness within the turbulence of life.
An homage to the HBO series, Westworld. Received an Honorable Mention by 3x3 Mag, (2017)