"Rainbow Valley" is the nickname for a crevasse on Mount Everest, called so for the multicolored clothing from the human remains that are too expensive to retrieve from the mountain.
Illustration for a Jezebel article about how the myth that bears are attracted to menstrual blood persists as a way to scare women away from nature.
Art Director: Jim Cooke
Illustration to accompany an article about grieving widows in Zimbabwe.
AD: Ben De La Cruz
Divesting funds away from fossil fuel and towards green energy
Client: Sierra Magazine
AD: Tracy Cox
Personal animated gif
Illustration for Variety Magazine for an article about the lack of representation and opportunity for female film composers.
Client: Variety Magazine
AD: Chuck Kerr
Poster for the film "It Follows"
Image created for an article about using virtual reality to help overcome phobias, such as acrophobia.
Illustration for a column in The Boston Globe, featuring essays about people's first homes.
Client: The Boston Globe
Art Director: Lesley Becker
1- Portrait for Gizmodo Media to accompany a Neil DeGrasse Tyson interview.
Client: Gizmodo Media
Art Director: Jim Cooke
2- David Bowie Tribute
3 & 4- Vice presidential debate portraits.
5- Nick Cave, personal work.
mage for an article about the nature of the word "compromise" and how scientists should proceed in an age of anti-facts.
Client: The Chronicle of Higher Education
Near death experiences have been recorded since ancient times, defying cultural boundaries.
Editorial sample for an article about life after a mastectomy
For issue #15 of ZAFTIG on the theme of "Phenomena"
Poster commissioned as part of the Red Bull Sound Stage program, to promote a FRIGS concert in Toronto.
Client: Red Bull
Various editorial illustrations for The New York Times.
Perils of the quest for higher yields
The benefits of sabbatical
Trade deficits aren't all bad
Working in our national parks
Stuck at work for summer vacation
Series of gifs commissioned by Universal Studios and Tumblr to promote the 2015 film "Krampus"
Client: Universal Studios and Tumblr
Art Director: Sarah Won
Set of gifs commissioned by Universal Studios and Tumblr to promote the 2015 Guillermo Del Toro film "Crimson Peak"
Two illustrations on the topic of administering small doses of electricity to the brain.
Can shocking your brain make you smarter? Client: Medium
Electricity to the brain can help mitigate Alzheimer's. Client: NPR
Header animated .gif commissioned by Tumblr for a page takeover celebrating the one year anniversary of Post It Forward, a mental health community initiative.
AD: Sarah Won
Motion portrait commissioned by Tumblr celebrating modern women making history. This is Rebecca Cokely, disability activist.
Selections from a 2014 zine entitled "Aliens Exist". Currently out of print.