I’ve been commissioned for a number of illustrations, animation and page design projects over the years. I specialize in typography and page design, as well as melding together stock and Creative Commons–licensed imagery to create something new and compelling.
As editor-in-chief of The Bold Italic, I was also the art director of the articles you read there; occasionally when we had a quick turnaround, you would see my own illustrations.
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Composite illustration for “Lights, Camera, Nope,” by Hana Nobel. Typography in InDesign, other effects in Photoshop.
Motion graphic for “Don’t Say Tech Ruined San Francisco” by Dan Moore. Made in Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere and AfterEffects.
Illustration for “My Life-Changing Visit to a Cannabis Clinic” by Sarah Browne. I made a vector recreation of the famous Rodchenko print that this is based on (“Books!”) in Adobe Illustrator, typography in InDesign, and filter and effects in Photoshop.
I was the video editor for Festival Stories: Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, a special video article for The Bold Italic.
Illustration for “The Tinder Sagas” by Nicole Karlis. No, that is not a real star on the Hollywood Walk.
Illustration for “Why 2017 Might Be Worse Than 2016.”