Government Technology Magazine has a recurring supplemental issue called Public CIO. I have done portrait illustrations for it in the past and had the opportunity to create six portraits of industry leaders for it again this year which were then used on the cover and the interior spreads. (Clockwise from top), Rajiv Gupta, Robert Knapp, Tim Merrigan, Chris Atkins, Nick Psaki and Chris O'Malley. I really like how the dark background looks with the portraits that were originally drawn on a white background. Many thanks to Kelly at E.republic for the Creative Direction!
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I'm very excited to share this: I had the HUGE honor to create portrait illustrations for the contributor page of this month's issue of Smithsonian Magazine. You can see my portraits of author, Tony Perrottet, artist, Haisam Hussain and photographer Gina LaVey. Scroll down to see close ups of the artwork.
I know that it's not even Halloween yet (the most wonderful time of the year in my house) BUT I wanted to put this announcement up for the 2nd most wonderful time of the year, Christmas! Yup, the winter holidays will be here before we know it and definitely before we are ready for them! In order to give myself a bit more breathing room this year, I will only be taking Holiday orders for Unselfies until Monday, December 7th. This will ensure that you receive your order by December 25th. So if you would like to purchase a great gift for someone special this year go right ahead, the shop is open!
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Below is another portrait illustration for the cover of Chicago Tribune's Printers Row Journal. This time it is of author, Jami Attenberg.
A few weeks ago I was approached by the Philadelphia City Paper to illustrate the cover and corresponding story for their annual "People Who Died" issue. Thanks to Brenna and Lillian at CityPaper for the art direction and for this opportunity. I am honored to have worked on this assignment that represents these individuals who touched so many lives in the Philadelphia community and beyond.
You can read parts one, two and three of the full article with the accompanying illustrations here.