"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.
Animated gif to accompany an essay for newyorker.com about the future of the Great Barrier Reef under climate change.
Illustration to accompany an article about grieving widows in Zimbabwe.
AD: Ben De La Cruz
Original content commissioned by Fox Searchlight Pictures and Tumblr to promote the 2017 Guillermo Del Toro film "The Shape of Water"
Section cover for The New York Times, for the first installment of the "52 Places" series written by Jada Yuan as she spends a year traveling the globe. Her first stop was New Orleans.
Illustration for The New York Times Insider section, on what its like to peer into people's lives as a Real Estate reporter.
Divesting funds away from fossil fuel and towards green energy
Client: Sierra Magazine
AD: Tracy Cox
Sample work on how VR can be used to cure phobias
Illustration made in partnership with Thrillist for an advertorial, "The Best Shot Glass for your Sign"
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
Personal animated gif
Personal animation exercise based on a creature from Bosch's "The Garden of Earthly Delights"
Illustration for Global Press Journal, for an article about how Haitian textile workers are having trouble paying their children's school fees, leaving many empty desks.
Illustration to accompany a story about a Nepalese migrant worker's search for justice after sustaining a severe foot burn while working in Qatar
For Intercom's company blog, on building robots.
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.
Poster for the film "It Follows"
Editorial sample for an article about life after a mastectomy
Near death experiences have been recorded since ancient times, defying cultural boundaries.
For issue #15 of ZAFTIG on the theme of "Phenomena"
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"
Images created for the 2015 and 2016 Wes Anderson group shows at Spoke Art Gallery. Based on The Life Aquatic and The Grand Budapest Hotel, respectively.