Spirituality & Health Magazine - May/June 2017 cover and spot illustrations
Art Director: Gillian Macleod
For Brightly, Penguin Randomhouse:
A guidebook of resources for parents of early readers.
For Abrams Books: When Briana’s father dies of a heart attack, she feels a new heart grow inside her. Through this heart, her father’s voice guides her through her grief and helps her navigate her new, not-so-normal life at home.
Art Director: Alyssa Nassner
For Pattern Magazine:
Imagining what Indianapolis might look like in 200 years.
Collaboration with Red Fuse Advertising for Tom's of Maine rebrand.
Art Director: Erin Lewis
For Illustrated Impact:
Bringing awareness to NAMI.org - National Alliance on Mental Illness, helping millions of Americans who face mental illness every day.
Book cover for Lionheart: a guide for adoptive families - to help parents navigate trials and triumphs as they raise healthy and resilient adopted children and stay sane in the process.
For Brightly Penguin Randomhouse.
Did you know...
- That ice cream chefs put some pretty unusual things in ice cream - including bugs?
- That Washington and his wife, Martha, served ice cream at many important dinners in New York and Philadelphia, and had fancy ice cream bowls and serving spoons at their home in Mount Vernon?
- That a Japanese researcher tested morning ice cream eaters and found that they were more alert and less mentally irritated than those who hadn’t had a scoop?
I did five illustration for five fun ice cream facts for Brightly's article here.
Collaboration with SALT Project & BabyCenter.com to give viewers five unique baby shower themes.
Planet Jupiter cover for Greenwillow Books.
Art Director: Sylvie Le Floch
Collaboration with Well Done Marketing for Hancock County Hospitals.
Illustrations about stress relief strategies for kids.
Visit the video page here to see the series of videos we made.
Colorful banners highlighting content for a website by Penguin Randomhouse. Brightly is for kids who love to read and offers reading picks, tips, and tricks.
Good Things column
Because of all the bad news lately, FLOW asked me to illustrate some good news - 4 good things in my life. I chose libraries, sleeping with the windows open, strawberry picking and volunteering with my daughter at the Humane Society.
The Women's Rights pin features the American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "I Love You" from the Deaf Culture. It shows support for Women's Rights and celebrates the Women's March 1.21.17. It directly supports Planned Parenthood and ACLU. To date, we've raised over $84,000 for PP and ACLU!
I collaborated with Red Fuse Advertising to create a super fun tote for Hill's Pets. At veterinary conferences, attendees (veterinarians, vet techs, office managers, students, etc.) pick up lots of “stuff” from various booths, along with any notepads or tablets/laptops they want to have with them during sessions. Many exhibitors provide bags, but most of them are the poly-weave type and heavily branded. We wanted to provide a more premium bag, both in material and design, that was also exclusive to Hill’s.
A promo for my rep, Scott Hull, who asked "What's your favorite 4th of July cookout food?"
For Live Happy Magazine:
Gratitude practices makes you happier.
In our house, we always end the day by sharing our rose (best part of our day), thorn (the worst) and bud (something we're looking forward to). It usually sparks meaningful conversation and helps our little family of three feel close even though our days are often spent apart.
Originally drawn for FLOW Magazine.
Journal cover pattern illustration.
For Southern Law Poverty Center:
Coming across trigger words can cause fear or anxiety to come up for students in class.
Milo and Zamaya described their dream homes to Apartment Therapy, and I helped bring their vision to life!
For Live Happy Magazine:
Illustrating character strengths. Beauty and Humor.
For St. Mary's Magazine:
Career fulfillment, and how it changes as you grow.
Branding mark for parenting service that focuses on guiding children by coming alongside them.
For Oprah Magazine.
Live Happy Magazine
Love of Learning
Art Director: Kim Baker
For Georgia State Law Magazine:
A story about our hidden inner biases.
Inspired by Elizabeth Gilbert's "Big Magic", I teamed with SALT Project to create this summertime “crankie” from an excerpt of the book.
A crankie is a nineteenth-century storytelling art form where an illustrated scroll is wound onto two spools and hand-cranked while a story is being told or sung. We thought this moving panorama would be a fun and sweet way to illustrate the big magic of creativity in the midst of fear!
Illustrations for a sweet little video about six ways to survive (and enjoy) the holidays! I partnered with my friends at SALT Project to spread good cheer as we went into the most wonderful, and sometimes stressful, time of the year. Hope it makes you smile!!
Personal piece for the end of summer.
My dream is to live in a yurt. Seriously.
A series of fruit patterns.
For Notre Dame Magazine:
Two friends from different continents connect via a mutual love of soap operas.
Representing Michelle Obama's "Going High" sentiment.
Thinking about morning rituals.
For Spirituality & Health Magazine:
Embracing your stress can make you stronger!
Lucky Broken Girl cover for Penguin Books.
Art Director: Kristin Smith
For Shambhala Publications:
Cover of their fall catalog.
Happy Birthday animation
I believe in an inclusive America. One in which every person is granted basic freedoms.
For the Baltimore Sun:
An author remembers her grandmother.
For Buffalo Alum Magazine:
To start eating better, eat lots of healthy food. You'll feel too full to eat junk.
Greeting card for Trader Joe's.
Response to the senseless violence in Orlando.
Put on your mascara with a blink of an eye.
For Hales Creative:
A story of a loving foster parent.
Giving kids tools to help them stay calm during times of stress.
Designer Series tea cup and saucer for Crate & Barrel
Animation of a snowy day.
For Faux Moods:
The reality of authentic fur.
A little Halloween gif for you.
Personal Project: Illustrating portraits from an old yearbook I found.