Predicting the glide paths of Target Funds can be risky business
Selected for Society of Illustrators LA, 2015
“April” for a promotional calendar for Cohber Press. Illustrating “Waterproof”
He won’t lay an egg!
Boston Terrier at the fence
Fine art prints
For Alexander Isley
Target-Date Funds: same retirement year, very different results
Cover art for an article about slow adoption of mobile technology in the public sector and the impact that has on productivity
The benefits of cold water washing (big energy waster) and 529 plans for college tuition
For AARP Magazine
Women’s brains and Men’s brains are essentially the same…except, they’re different
Collaboration with Jeremy Schwartz of the Truth Collective for a WBER benefit concert featuring Chris Trapper
Commissioned Pet Portrait
Marquee for the theater in a box
How to Paddleboard
Criss-crossing the country
I’m seeing a pattern here…
Fine Art Print
Tutorials on slurping noodles and cleaning crabs
How to bleed your brakes at home! Way beyond my skill level
Boston Terrier chef
Illustration for the United States Tennis Association to promote league play
A new edition of songs from early in the career of composer Daron Hagen
Williamstown Theatre Festival poster
A portrait series of Faculty and Administration
Oscar Wilde’s “The Importance of Being Ernest” recast with ex-pat mobsters living in London in the roaring 20’s
3rd of a series for Penguin Group - murder mysteries that take place in New Orleans. Our hero is a cake and pastry chef
Hong Kong Tailors
East meets West in the construction of beautiful suits
The big banks are struggling to deliver consistent services via mobile apps
“Make him smile and correct his googlie eyes”
I tend to go with the blueberry and spinach smoothie…
Little lost turtle. They found him. They knew it was him from the notch. Natch.
Cover, Walden and Other Writings
Clare and Seamus
Romantic essay in Afar Magazine about a night (or two) in Paris
Cover of Pet Business Magazine illustrating the domination of dogs & cats over all other types of pets.
(there’s a stunner…)
CA Illustration Annual, 2009
Mayor Daley’s unfinished business
Featured: 3 x 3 Illustration Annual
The many “seats” a young lawyer occupies when entering the trade in the UK
Increased competition for retail space in the pet supplies industry
The keys to getting good service on your bike
Images from a story about the Maasai
Can’t remember who I did this for, but it was very delicious. It made a way better drawing than the peanut butter.
How to pack a suitcase to keep everything sharp.
Graphic depicting the 11% of Americans aged 60+ who are food insecure
Love the challenge of glass and metal
A sweet spot on the beautiful canal town of Pittsford, NY
Exercises for cyclists
Rosamond Gifford Zoo (featured in CA Illustration Annual)
Annual Report cover
Beautiful afternoon in London
Bull & Bear Markets - How safe are your investments?
Crate label. Who needs a beer?
One of a series of portraits of compelling creative minds for Monocle Magazine in London
According to the book, whiteness has become more inclusive, to a degree. What we see depends on what culture has trained us to look for. The book discusses the 4 enlargements of whiteness.
America’s Quarterly Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Forbes
New York Times Sunday Magazine