2012 - 2017
Selections from the Op-Ed page, Sunday Review, and the Book Review. See also: Lost + Found.
2016 - 2017
Illustration and lettering for director Alessandro Baricco’s weekly column Archivo General de Indias.
For The Development Set, an article on the inequities of America's approach to gifted education.
On student loans, learning disabilities, eating disorders, slut-shaming, gender identity.
Spot illustrations woven into a poem about a classic five-and-dime store in Buffalo, New York. Client: Intuit. Agency: RPA.
Illustrations for online cooking magazine.
The Work and Play issue: cover and interior spots.
2015 - 2017
Semi-monthly illustrations for “Asking for a Friend,” an advice column by Liza Featherstone.
Spots from 100 Places to Eat Like a Local issue.
Icons and glossary drawn from Bill Peters’s novel of late-90s Rochester, New York. Black Balloon Publishing.
Lettering and spot illustrations for Beauty and Fashion Roundups.
From A Family Matter, the story of a dangerous intervention by California’s child protective services into the life of a Riverside family.
From the annual "Where to Eat" issue.
Six wall panels for the children's room of the Georgetown Public Library. Textures and objects are sampled from D.C. library collections; characters are drawn from the neighborhood; the words, from Georgetowner Francis Scott Key.
Tablet, Voyeur, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Bulletin, High Life, MarieClaire, Red Bull, Wall Street Journal.