Banner and spot illustrations for the article For Trans Women, Silicone 'Pumping' Can Be A Blessing And A Curse, written by Danny Nett.
AD: Claire Harbage
Self-initiated cover illustration/design for Neil Gaiman’s short story, “Down to a Sunless Sea”. This piece was accepted into the Spectrum 26th Annual.
Illustration for From Nigel Shelby to Zion Wade, America must protect Black queer children , written by George Johnson.
AD: Kara Haupt
Illustration for “D.C. Prosecutors, Once Dubious, Are Becoming Believers In Restorative Justice” written by Carrie Johnson.
AD: Emily Bogle
Illustration for Changing How You Think Helps The Transition From Prisoner Back To Citizen , written by Elissa Nadworny.
AD: LA Johnson
Self initiated illustration based Kintsugi, the art form of mending broken ceramics with gold. By doing so, the flaws become part of the object's history and design, instead of something that's rejected and hidden.
Interior illustrations and cover design created for the Folio Society 2019 Book Illustration Competition .
Cover illustration for the Washington Post about America’s obsession with true crime and interior illustration for “Victims, Families and America’s Thirst for True-Crime Stories” by Britt Peterson.
Client: The Washington Post
AD: Suzette Moyer
Self-initiated cover illustration and styled after Criterion Collection.
Self-Initiated editorial illustration for the Nautilus article "Artificial Intelligence is Already Weirdly Inhuman".
Self-initiated character re-design and cover illustration of Sherlock Holmes set in the year 2100.
Narrative Illustration based on the short story, “There Will Be Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury.
A selection of illustrations from Bond, a self-initiated visual essay about race, gender, and sexuality within the question of what it means to be Asian American.
You can read more about Bond as well as download a free pdf of it here.
Banner and spot illustrations for The Day I Set Myself on Fire, told anonymously and written by Ruchi Kumar.
AD: Vinnie Neuberg
Illustration for The Power of Cooking with Fire by Cortney Burns.
Client: Lenny Letter
AD: Molly Elizalde
Personal illustration about the disintegration of relationships.
Banner and spot illustrations for Secret Life of an Autistic Stripper, written by Reese Piper.
AD: Vinnie Neuberg
Banner image for social media commissioned by I Am In Eskew, an urban horror audio drama.
Personal illustration based on spring.
Personal Illustration about memory and people from our past.
Personal illustration about stress.
Self-initiated narrative illustration based off a scene from "Peter and the Wolf".
A self-initiated accordion book/visual essay based on the experience of growing up mixed race. Text sampled from Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children in a Post-Racial World by Sharon H Chang.
Self initiated book cover Illustration and design for House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski.
Personal Illustration. This piece was accepted into the Spectrum 26th Annual.