This series was used in various pieces of print material for a wedding; the subjects were stuffed animals and nostalgic creatures personal to the bride and groom....
Americans Elect Book
I was honored to illustrate the 99 Reasons to Kick Back handbook for Americans Elect, the first national online primary election. By Nick Troiano & Doug Bailey,...
Illustrations for a story about Chicago, published in design journal Ink, 2011.
Shown at Strathmore Music Center as a part of the visual arts segment of the Friday Night Eclectic series. Rockville, Maryland, 2010.
No Man's Land
Play poster and collateral for No Man’s Land, by Harold Pinter. The play is an account of a single, painful night in which two drunken writers brood over their...
The Chair Series was a supplement to my Graphic Design graduate thesis. I was also honored to contribute the chair drawings, along with designs and writing, to the...
Illustrations for Community Greening Resource Network (CGRN) collateral, Baltimore Maryland, 2009.
Drawn for a stationery series, 2010.
Originally a design project, this illustrated series of paradoxical mandalas stems from a kit of parts comprising leaves and bullets. See original piece here....
Originally a design project juxtaposing nature and violence (see it here). Play poster (36″ wide) was exhibited at the MICA MFA First Year show in 2009.
AIGA Social Studies Zine
Illustrations contributed to the booklet for the AIGA Social Studies Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. Booklet was a winner in Print magazine's Regional Design...
Set of “scientific” lettering studies, drawn from microscopic anatomical cross-sections of each: Seed, Root, and Leaf.
Atwood Book Poster
Amazon data poster for Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake, 2009.
AIGA Conference Etiquette
Poster series displayed throughout the 2008 AIGA Social Studies Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The theme of the conference was design amidst an increasingly...
Bank Ad Sketches
Concept sketches for a 2009 bank advertisement, drawn at Ignition 72.
Self-initiated drawings and early project-based sketches.
Illustrations for stationery and invitations.