December 8, 2015
Scientific American has long been a dream client of mine, so I was thrilled when I was asked to illustrate an article for this month’s issue. Back in college, my roommates (including fellow illustrator Hannah Wilson) and I got a subscription to Scientific American, and I remember flipping through the magazine and thinking about how cool it would be illustrate one of those pages.
The illustration was for the column “Navigating the Jungle of Tech Ecosystems” by David Pogue, about how the smartphone offerings of Apple, Google, and Microsoft are technologically indistinct, but differ based on their respective “ecosystems” of interconnected products and services. You can read it here.
AD: Michael Mrak.
November 17, 2015
Globe and Mail
"My Grandma, the Teenager" for The Globe & Mail, Facts & Arguments. AD: Ming Wong.
June 8, 2015
New Work: Globe and Mail and Education Week
For The Globe and Mail, Facts & Arguments. AD: Ben Barrett-Forrest
For Education Week, Commentary: "Why Colleges Should Care About the Common Core", by Harold G. Levine & Michael W. Kirst. AD: Vanessa Solis.
January 28, 2015
New Work: Education Week
For Education Week, Commentary: "Art, for Children's Sake". AD: Vanessa Solis
September 13, 2014
Here's a selection of some of the new work done over the past few months.
For The Globe and Mail, "Shrinkage at 70" by Dell Catherall. AD: Matt French
For Education Week commentary column, "Here's Why We Don't Need Standardized Tests", by Greg Jouriles. AD: Vanessa Solis
Pyotr Tchaikovsky for Xtra, accompanying a History Boys column by Jeremy Willard. Art directed by the authors, Jeremy Willard and Michael Lyons, and Arts Editor Phil Villeneuve.