A sneak preview of my current project: An illustrated reflection on place, pattern, and people as seen through the vehicle of running. The book follows a runner through her morning loop, and in the process observes the transition of seasons, the humanity of her fellow runners, and the release of both mind and body found in the running practice.
The entire work can be seen in May as a part of the SVA MFA Illustration Thesis Show!
On August 21st 2015 ISIL launched chemical weapons into the Syrian town of Mare. The New York Time profiled a family whose home was hit directly. This piece is my attempt to visualize and as a result better conceptualize the depth of terror and suffering effecting the citizens of Syria.
Spirit Animals is a body of work examining the intersection of animal totoms with the modern world. The work is compiled into a book for the School of Visual Arts MFA Illustration "Book Show".
"Born to Run"
"Caged Birds 1"
These Streets We Walk
Location drawings done on Nostrand Avenue in Crown Heights Brooklyn. The series aims to capture the rapid change brought into the diverse neighborhood by rising housing costs and gentrification.
Charcoal on Paper
A compilation of location drawings from the Brooklyn neighborhood of Cobble Hill and Brooklyn Heights.
Charcoal with digital color.
Subbmission to the SVA MFA Illustration Monster Zine.
Patterning created for the end pages of "Spirit Animal".
Ink on paper.
An expiriment in faces. Personal work.
The Crying Child
Loosely based on a line from Bruce McAllister's short story "The Crying Child", this body of work documents the experiences of children growing up against the backdrop of disease.
The work was completed as a part of the SVA MFA Illustration first year and was displayed at the Gramercy Gallery in February 2015.
Pencil on Bristol.
Portrait of Lilah Ray.
Pastel on paper.
Ink wash on mixed surfaces.
Personal work inspired by the classic fairytale "Little Red Ridinghood".
Ink on Bristol.
Submitted to CNN for an artist tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdoe attacks.