This piece for Princeton Alumni Weekly accompanies a story about the university’s famed eating clubs. Change is in the air as 9 of 11 of these clubs now have elected female presidents. Their goal is to make these unique meeting places more diverse, inclusive and safe. A special thanks to art director, Marianne Nelson for this tasty assignment!
Here’s a little drawing commissioned by my friends at Riverdale Country School. It’s unique shape was designed to fit on envelopes containing promotional material about the school. I was asked to illustrate this quote by the school’s founder, Frank Sutliff Hackett: “It is not the work done which inspires enthusiasm, but the work to be done -- the long vista and the yet unfolded close.”
A special thanks to Cicely Upham and Marie Capasso for this fun assignment.
This piece for Rutgers Magazine celebrates the transition from summer into autumn. It accompanies two articles about how alumni volunteers help students transition from their communities into a new school year on campus. Thanks to editor Scott Fognall for this colorful assignment!
These illustrations for Rutgers Magazine accompany a story about the school's powerful network of industry mentors. Students and graduates get direct experience learning from executives on Wall Street, the publishing media, and many other fields. Thanks to Lara De Meo Hoyt for a super fun assignment!
Here's a new piece for Harvard Magazine. It accompanies a story about how various clubs on campus are evolving towards more diversity and inclusiveness. The Harvard Advocate, which is a club for writers, is portrayed in this group portrait. Thanks to art director, Jennifer Carling, for a super fun assignment!
Below are a few sketches I submitted for this assignment.
Loomis Chaffee is an excellent boarding school located in Windsor, Connecticut. These illustrations appear in their magazine, accompanying a story about dorm curriculum. The article touches on issues students face, such as ethics, health and safety. A special thanks to art director, Patricia Cousins for a super-fun assignment.
I was very bullish on this assignment for Princeton Alumni Weekly. The story addresses how playing poker can help prepare you for a job on Wall Street. Mastering this game involves math skills, understandingquantitative reasoning and psychology, and having the ability to manage risk. These are all valuable tools for working in the securities industry. Below are some ideas for this story.