Space Beyond Miles is 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.
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".
Pastel, Ink, Digital
Mixed Media, Digital Color
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.
These Streets We Walk
Location drawings done on Nostrand Ave. in Crown Heights Brooklyn. The series is an observation of a changing neighborhood.
Personal work created in response to the catalogue of mass shooting across the United States.
Poster created for the 5th Annual Stravos Niarchos International Conference on Philanthropy in Thessaloniki Greece. 2016.
Watercolor, Cut Paper, acrylic, canvas
Made in honor of the 2016 historic referendum on UK membership in the European Union.
Observations from Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
Personal work inspired by Peter Matthiessen 1978 book "Snow Leopard".