It’s been a few weeks since I’ve posted anything, but I’ve been keeping the creative juices flowing. Updates- I went to Iceland, which was gorgeous, then I started my career as a full-time designer for Millennial Media here in Baltimore. In the world of illustration, I worked with Johns Hopkins Nursing Magazine to create this little babe.
This spot illustration is illustrating the new volunteer program at Johns Hopkins that supplies comfort and companionship to dying patients without families.
Sketching while watching Pirates of the Caribbean. Some pretty interesting characters are emerging
Beginnings of a horse breed zine. Why I’ve never done this before, I don’t know.
It’s been a little while since I’ve sketched for the pure sake of making.
Recognize this? I redesigned the beer that Dale, Hank, Boomhauer, and Bill drink daily. This was a fun little branding project!
Joint, a hypothetical app I designed to organize collaborative projects and jobs with two or more contributors. If only I knew how to program it, I’d use this baby religiously.
I’ve been working with Portfolio Productions to reimagine the Blue Research website. These are two of five “case study” spots that will act as links to information. I can’t wait to see the long awaited website up and running.
An angsty sixteen year old getting caught up in the romanticism of melancholia, sorrow and cigarette smoke to be printed in Alexandra Citrin’s Until Now magazine centered around coming of age. Alex paired me with a young writer named Emily Thompson, who wrote all about missing her angst ridden teenage years.
Loved making this! It will have a lot of little spot illustrations paired with it along the borders of the spreads.
My first published illustration is officially complete. It is so satisfying to find your illustrations all printed, bound together, and paired with text in your mailbox.
I worked with Beer Advocate Magazine to create a full page illustration for their “Class of 2013” article highlighting some of the best breweries to open in 2013. I decided to create a jumble of buildings, hop plants, and beer cans that reference each brewery specifically, all wrapped up in a red ribbon to be cut. An I Spy of sorts!
If you’d like to see a detailed view of the illustration, check it out on my website
The Stolen Wife
A mountain God kidnapped White Corn while she was fetching water from the river. Her baby never stopped crying until she returned home.