In 2017, I was hired by Victory Rituals to create 50+ illustrated poses for their new iOS app 19 Minute Yoga. Below are some sample images from the app.
In the summer of 2017, NASCAR asked me to once again create a series of illustrations for 8 consecutive weeks to promote a number of summer racing events. I created 40 illustrations during this time period, all of which I concepted from a simple brief for each week. Below are a selection of images from … Read More
In 2016, working with Priceless Misc, I designed a series of “emoji” graphics to be used in an official app for Columbia University. Students and alumni of the college would be encouraged to use the Android and iOS apps to display their school pride in communications with their friends in text, email and social media. We worked … Read More
In 2016, NASCAR asked me to create a series of illustrations for their Instagram feed during “The Chase for the Sprint Cup”. These were to be a series of “hype” images to get fans excited for the event. I was tasked with creating about four images a week over a 3-4 week period. A certain number … Read More
In April 2016, I worked with Priceless Misc and Solid to create “emoji” graphics for a new Gif Keyboard app for Barnard College in New York. Students and alumni of the college would be encouraged to use the Android and iOS apps to display their school pride in communications with their friends in text, email … Read More
n 2011, I worked with Interactive Knowledge (and my own team of animators) to product this 12 minute video for the National Association of County & City Health Officials (NACCHO) to illustrate a lecture given by renowned economist Richard Wolff about class inequity in the United States. The video is a fascinating look at middle … Read More
This is an illustration I was commissioned to do by Indiemark –an email marketing agency – for their newsletter to illustrate an article titled “Think Twice About Email Automation”.
The third alphabet project I participated in and co-organized was called “Alphabooks”. Cartoonists around the world posted a drawing each week on Tumblr of a literary character for every letter of the alphabet. These were my contributions.
The fourth and final alphabet project involved cartoonists all over the world drawing musicians for each letter of the alphabet on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, I never finished the project myself as I became busy with other projects.
In 2014, I worked with a startup that had a great idea for a subscription tooth brush service called Brush Fairy which would deliver a new tooth brush every few months to subscription households. I designed their website and created a few illustrations in a retro-Golden Book style. The illustration of the Brush Fairy herself was created by … Read More