Book cover design for a YA biography about Aretha Franklin
I came. I saw. I loved.
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.” - Aldous Huxley
A collection inspired by classic Palm Springs
A collection inspired by Atomic Age marketing that promised women freedom from drudgery in the kitchen
A collection inspired by Mexican crafts
Do you remember poppin’ your pastel collar? The origins story of that iconic 80’s brand - if roles were reversed.
A series that pays homage to the first nine women who won the Nobel Peace Prize. Each image is inspired by and a reflection of that laureate’s own words.
Why only nine, you ask? Originally, I was inspired by the long tradition of quiltmaking and the simple beginnings of the nine-patch block in particular.
Inspired by the unflinching students with audacious and poignant speeches at all of the #marchforourlives rallies...they are filling the shoes of rabble-rousers past.
“While working on this editorial piece about Ida B. Wells, I wondered how much has really changed: women are still fighting for equality, modern lynchings in the form of police shootings seem to happen on the regular and our free press is countered with “alternative facts”...What role would Ida play if she were a student today? Which one of these intrepid students will be passed her baton?”
The vintage Mexican bingo game receives a makeover