A tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsburg following her death September 18th, 2020.
Portfolio Category: Personal
Illustration inspired by the haunting "orange sky" phenomenon that cast over the Bay Area as a result of the West Coast wildfires in September 2020. This depicts the strange beauty of driving through a blue tunnel in San Francisco that seemed to be glowing against the orange sky.
Illustration inspired by the haunting "orange sky" phenomenon that cast over the Bay Area as a result of the West Coast wildfires in September 2020. This depicts the atmosphere of the Marin Headlands on that day.
Illustration created during the BLM movement, calling for hope and a belief in a future where we can all thrive together.
My home overlooks a school, which became an emotional fixture in my life the past couple months during the pandemic.
When I chose to isolate two weeks before the lockdown, it felt strange hearing the kids play outside, like nothing was wrong. But when the school shut down I sorely missed the sound of kids laughing and playing. Now, every once in a while a lone maintenance guy comes by the school. He's become a strange symbol of how everything feels so empty and eerie in these strange times.
Personal illustration on how lands far and near are connected by the COVID crisis.
An illustration reminding us that we cannot let ICE detainees be forgotten, to become ghosts, to lose themselves and everything they have in a system where they are cruelly mistreated.
A confident, bad ass stylish lady not letting any amount of rain get to her and her stride, inspired by More Than Enough, a book by Elaine Welteroth.
This illustration aims to capture the spirit of Burning Man, through the invitation to play and practice self care, self love, and radical expression.
This illustration is inspired by Haruki Murakami's novel, "Kafka on the Shore." The scene is the moment in which Nakata's prophecy comes true – that 2000 mackerel and sardines would randomly fall from the sky.
This piece was a finalist in the Society of Illustrators 2015 Student Show.
This concept illustration is inspired by the article “Freezing Eggs as Part of Employee Benefits: Some Women See Darker Message,” originally published in The New York Times. The narrative of the piece centers around the fear many women hold that if they start a family they will not be seen as committed to their employer. Here I’ve illustrated the commitment women have for their companies in a gesture normally reserved for child rearing.