Here is an illustration that I did for the February issue of Washingtonian Magazine. The Article, written by Courtney Vinopal, is about how many summer camps ban electronics, creating both happy and unhappy campers and parents. Thanks to Kellie at Washingtonian for the Art Direction!
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October is upon us! Which means Halloween is right around the corner. This illustration for the October issue of Main Line Today is for the article, "Masking Out - How we put on different faces all year long", written by Katie Kohler. The story talks about the idea of not dressing up for Halloween anymore because people already wear different masks on social media for 365 days of the year in order to get more likes and comments.
NOTE: (Personally, I think I'll still dress up for Halloween until I'm at least 92)
Ever been invited to watch the big game (that you don't really know anything about?) Yup, me too! This spot that I did for the November Issue of Main Line Today shows how many of us really feel while everyone else is hooting and hollering at the TV. The article gives a quick run down of basic to know facts and stats like who is the quarterback, their jersey number, what they do, when they'll play and where is the best place on the Main Line to watch the game.
Many thanks to Cristela at Main Line Today for the art direction!
I did this fun little illustration for the "End of the Line" section in the August issue of Main Line Today for the article, "A Couch Surfer's Guide to the Shore - How to Mooch Your Way into the Good Graces of Your More Fortunate Friends", by Katie Bambi-Kholer. The story entails a list of what (and what not) to do list to get yourself on the invite list to your friend's seaside vacation rental.
It's the perfect light read during some recent heavy summer weather and news headlines. I had a good time dreaming up the tiny seaside getaway of my imagination for this one - a nice little escape from everything. I can almost feel the ocean breezes as I sit here and melt in my second floor studio.
Check out the article below for some tips on getting your summertime mooch on! A special shout out and thank you to Cristela at Main Line Today for Art Direction.
A few months back I was contacted by Georgia Institute of Technology to illustrate a portrait of Dean Gary S. May for the cover of the College of Engineering magazine. This portrait illustration will be featured on an upcoming issue of "Georgia Tech Engineers". Although it is not yet published I do have permission to post the illustration. It is such an honor to have been able to create such great work for one of the leading Universities in the world. Thank you to everyone at Georgia Tech who helped with your direction and feedback.