Illustration from “Finding Sehnsucht”, a self initiated series dealing with themes of acute longing and nostalgia.
Self initiated illustration based on 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.
Self-initiated cover illustration/design for Neil Gaiman’s short story, “Down to a Sunless Sea”
The Day I Set Myself on Fire
Illustration for The Day I Set Myself on Fire, told anonymously and written by Ruchi Kumar.
AD: Vinnie Neuberg
Personal Illustration about memory and people from our past.
Narrative Illustration based on “There Will Be Soft Rains” by Ray Bradbury.
Image from “Finding Sehnsucht”, a self initiated series dealing with themes of acute longing and nostalgia.
Self-initiated cover design styled after Criterion Collection.
Banner image for social media commissioned by I Am In Eskew, a urban horror audio drama.
Illustration for The Power of Cooking with Fire by Cortney Burns.
Client: Lenny Letter
AD: Molly Elizadle
Spot Illustration for The Day I Set Myself on Fire, told anonymously and written by Ruchi Kumar.
AD: Vinnie Neuberg
Self-initiated narrative illustration based off a scene from "Peter and the Wolf".
Self-intiated portrait of LA based electronic musician, Mark Redito.
Personal illustration about the disintegration of relationships.
Interior spread about food from a personal visual essay called "SP/LIT” about the role food plays in the formation of a mixed-race identity.
Personal illustration about stress.
Self-Initiated editorial illustration on the Nautilus article "Artificial Intelligence is Already Weirdly Inhuman".
Self-initiated character re-design and book cover of Sherlock Holmes set in the year 2100.
Self initiated book cover Illustration for House of Leaves by Mark Z Danielewski.
Interior spots from “Bond” about breaking away from rigid ideas of culture and identity, utilizing the Japanese legend of the red string.
Interior illustration for “Bond” that relates the formation of an Asian American coalition to the pre-colonial Filipino creation myth of Malakas and Maganda.
Interior illustration from “Bond” about how stereotypes of Asian Americans can lead to physical violence.
Interior illustration from “Bond” about personal disconnection with religion in relation to family.
Interior illustration from “Bond” on the internal struggle of identity from a mixed-race perspective, utilizing imagery of the Aswang from Filipino mythology.
Illustration from “Finding Sehnsucht”, a self-initiated series dealing with themes of acute longing and nostalgia.