I’ve been a bit MIA the past few months or so, working on some big projects that I unfortunately cannot show yet (and may not be able to for a while). I’ve also recently moved to the Philadelphia area which has been very exciting, but has kept me mighty busy as well. I apologize for the lack of updates, but now you get one big one! Posted below are some of my favorite pieces from the past six or seven months! Enjoy!
The piece below was done last year for The Bellevue Visitor’s Guide, for Visit Bellevue Washington (The City of Bellevue)
The following few pieces are some favorites over the past year from my regular column with Columbus Monthly (Columbus, OH)
Below is some recent work for The New Yorker and Bermuda Tourism. The first advertisement was a full page and some spots to complete the spread. Originally, we were going to animate the piece to possibly appear in NYC Taxi TV! But that never came to fruition, so I decided to animate the piece close to what we had originally planned.
Below is another spread I worked on with The New Yorker and Bermuda Tourism. This was a bit more tongue-n-cheek, and I had a lot of fun with it!
I was so proud to have some portraits in the Philadelphia Magazine’s Best of Philly 2015 list right as I was moving from Brooklyn to the Philly area. Being new to the area it brought some new hometown pride and it was very cool to see these in print in line at the local grocery store!
I finally got to work on something for Sport Illustrated, which is such a bucket list client of mine!
A few favorites from my regular column at Climbing Magazine called “Answer Man”. The topics here being “that guy” who ignores the cold while out on a climb, smelly climbing gear, and misogyny and creepy guys at the climbing gym.
The two pieces below are for AOPA Pilot Magazine – for a feature called “Landmark Accident”. I always enjoy working on these full articles for AOPA which analyze the circumstances and moments leading up to real plane crashes in history. The challenge here usually being: showing a plane crash without showing death, fire, (too much) smoke, and the aftermath.
A fun one for my regular gig with Old House Journal – this one showing a squirrel who got into a house and couldn’t get out.
A fun one for Southwest: The Magazine – about a man who feels too old to become a new father again
The piece below was never published, but was done for The New Yorker to give as a gift to the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (Part of the NY Public Library) at an unveiling ceremony at their new location in Harlem!