Here is something for Seven Days for an essay about the evolution of college campus security and the precautions taken to asses various threats a college may encounter.
Here’s a funny piece I completed for the Globe & Mail. It’s for an essay about a guy who isn’t ordained to conduct a wedding and struggles to find the right words to say to wed his two best friends. So, they lie about him being qualified and he conducts the wedding anyway. I like using a casually dressed man at a wedding as a metaphor for his unpolished inexperience. Side note, his friends were “officially” married before the ceremony so the wedding wasn’t fake but maybe kind of a lie?
Here is something new for the Washington Post, Business section. It’s for an article about the Winners and Losers post-Apple iPhone 6, 6+ and watch announcement. If you couldn’t tell, Android is the loser.
Here is another piece I completed for the Washington Post about weird descriptions bar tenders have for how different beers smell and taste.
I did an ink wash drawing of an e-cigarette for an AARP article about millennials need to vape. No matter the method, smoking is just gross in my opinion.
Here is something new for the Globe & Mail’s, Facts and Arguments section. It’s for an essay about a daughter reflecting on her mother’s life in her old age. Due to her mother’s inability to care for herself, she has lost her privacy and independence. Getting old ain’t easy.
Here is latest piece for the LA Times, LA Affairs section. The illustration is about magnetic off the rails relationships that are mutually destructive to the point that it effects the people around them.