Self-Initiated editorial illustration on the Nautilus article "Artificial Intelligence is Already Weirdly Inhuman".
Personal illustration on the disintegration of relationships.
Personal Illustration on memory and people from the past.
Personal illustration about stress.
Self-initiated illustration and mock-up on a the Futurism article "China’s “Social Credit System” Will Rate How Valuable You Are as a Human".
Self-intiated portrait of LA based electronic musician, Mark Redito.
Illustrations revolving around the the spirit and history of the city of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Self-initiated narrative illustration based off a scene from "Peter and the Wolf".
Illustration and spots for Willamette Week "The Grinch's Guide to Peacock Lane". AD Alyssa Walker.
Self initiated book cover Illustration and re-design for House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski.
Selection of interior spreads from "Fish Out of Water", a children's book developed and illustrated with the National Oceanic Atmospheric Association for the California Elementary school system to educate students about salmon in the California landscape and the struggle salmon populations face.
"Split" is an accordion book/visual essay based on the experience of growing up mixed race. Personal imagery/symbols were used alongside poems with text sampled from "Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children in a Post-Racial World" by Sharon H Chang.
Self-intiated book cover illustration and re-design for J.D. Salinger's classic novel, Catcher in the Rye, in the style of The Folio Society.
Series of illustrations depicting characters and themes from the comic “Mob Psycho 100”. The first piece was selected for the 56th Society Of Illustrators West annual juried exhibition.
Self-initiated Illustration + Mockup based the Big Think article "Biocentrism Posits That Death Is Merely Transport into Another Universe."
A series of images about the culture and contemporary struggles of the Aranda people in Australia.
Self-directed illustration the NPR article "Keeping Bears Wild - Or Trying To - At National Parks".
Selection of spreads from "The Latent Image", a visual essay on the subject of dreams, combining scientific texts and personal texts to create a cohesive series of spreads.