During the next year, I'll be working with NYC- based charity, Gods Love We Deliver, to create marketing assets to promote their fundraising campaigns. The first campaign is for Make Breakfast Count. This initiative helps provide breakfast kits to school aged children.
An illustrated map of the Loire Valley commissioned by a client who owns a chateau in the region and who is a major wine enthusiast.
A killed sketch that I wanted to take to final. This piece focuses on the intersection of science + food. I also wanted to make a lady scientist because there isn’t enough imagery out there of females in medicine.
I See London, I See France is a Young Adult book published by Harper Collins. I was brought on to the project to create spot illustrations for the cover as well as a full color map for the book ends. Thank you Michelle for this fun project!
A piece for the Boston Globe's Real Estate Sunday section, My First Home. If you’d like to, you can read the article here.
I created a gif for the NRDC with the assistance of art director, April Bell. The gif was created to accompany an article, spelling out the ugly side of the dairy industry.It was a challenging project with several rounds of sketches, but I am very happy with the end result.
This was a fun quick project for Atlanta magazine about the future of food.
Since I was little and could share Oreos with my grandpa, I've loved eating these chocolate cookies. I made this gif as a personal project on National Oreo Day.
The team from Saatchi & Saatchi Canada reached out to me to work on a project for Toyota Canada. This project was in the Facebook Canvas format, which helps companies create an immersive environment for their product.
A personal piece I made when I experienced an unexpected loss. I wanted to make a piece to encourage more love in the world.
A client of mine reached out to commission a custom pet portrait to be painted on a Louis Vuitton dopp kit. I hope, Kenzo the dog, is happy with it :)
Spot illustrations for Family Circle magazine about recent food trends. These food trends include: acai bowls, poke, and vegetarian restaurants.
The ICON Illustration Conference is the leading illustration conference that happens biennially. In 2016, ICON 9 was hosted in the southern city of Austin, Texas. With the guidance of the ICON marketing director, I created the map that was included in every attendees welcome tote. Thanks ICON!
The creative team from Manhattan's west side park, The Highline, and I worked on a set of custom stickers. The final artwork included The Highline's iconic imagery as well as public art that lives on the elevated park's green space. These stickers were created to give out to patrons who have made donations to the park.
The Globe & Mail magazine commissioned two large illustrations and three spot illustrations for their Fall Travel Issue. I am happy to report, I actually biked the routes outlined in the Brunswick, Maine map.
In 2016 when I was in the final months of paying off my student loans and fighting the urge to buy anything, I started these 'Essentials' guides as a way to itch that need to buy items but not actually losing any money.
A fun piece for Southern Living magazine’s October issue.
This illustration is for a piece about the best dog parks in the south. If you would like to read the online article, click here.
New work, highlighting 5 new types of sunscreen.
This piece is in Family Circle’s May Issue.