Worked with Vanessa Solis at Education Week for a commentary article "Students Must Be Prepared to Reinvent Themselves". The author talks about how the future economy will favor those with a strong foundation, but who are also versatile, willing to learn new skills, and able to adapt to an ever-changing technological and economic environment. Sketches below:
This illustration is for a short piece about how adults with autism may overcome language challenges through reading. For the John Hopkins Health Review, art directed by Pam Li. Here's some ideas we worked with:
Created this image for Minnesota Alumni Magazine (University of Minnesota) and AD Kristi Anderson for an article on the university's new policies to deal with sexual harassment and assault on campus. Here are the ideas we had:
In the end we decided the image should convey the new change as a community-wide group effort.
Article here: Article here: https://umnalumni.org/UMAA-stories/A-New-Culture
Folks Magazine approached me to do a series of illustrations for John Brownlee's essay "My Father The Werewolf". It's about his childhood experience growing up with his father who suffered from depression, and describes the instability as like living with a werewolf. Here are some illustrations that appear throughout the article.
You can read the story here: https://folks.pillpack.com/my-father-the-werewolf/
Jim Datz from The New York Times contacted me to do a quick Op-Ed illustration about Jared Kushner, entitlement, overcompensation, and growing up in New Jersey.