Driftless Magazine feature

adulthood, comic, cartoon

I am pleased to have my comics featured in the sixth issue of a midwestern lifestyle magazine, Driftless.  After following the work of Shelly, Leah and Anna (editors), I approached them about creating illustrations for the magazine. I was thrilled when they wanted to print 4 spreads of my comics instead! They chose… Read More

Commuter Naps is here!

grownup stroller

Studies show that you can improve sleep-deprived brain chemistry by taking short naps throughout the day.  The characters in my new book, Commuter Naps, seem to have figured this out. Released on April 11th, this book of illustrations shows ordinary people on their way to work, some of whom happen to… Read More

New minicomic: Commuter Naps

For two years, I’ve been working on an idea for a book of illustrations, and I’m pleased to announce that this project finally has a release date: April 11th, 2016!  Commuter Naps is a collection fantastical ink wash drawings showing urban dwellers sleeping in strange places on their way to work.  Whether it’s… Read More

Gentrification and The Guardian

Today a comic I drew and posted in 2012 was featured on a list on The Guardian.com: “From Doonesbury to Grayson Perry: 10 of the best gentrification cartoons.”  I’m thrilled to be included on this list. Here’s the original comic and post: Next thing you know, there’ll be… Read More

Lounge Lizard

A new client wanted a custom holiday cartoon for her Christmas card.  She wanted the image to be silly and include a portrait of herself and her cat.  I suggested that her cat be singing on the top of the piano, and my client proposed adding a martini and a mini Christmas… Read More

Infographic for Illinois Legal Aid Online

For this non-profit’s year-end donor appeal email campaign, I was hired to create a flowchart “quiz”.  Due to concerns about celebrities’ publicity rights, I was asked not do do representational portraits of Steve Jobs, Malala Yousefzai or Kanye West, so I had to come up with another way… Read More

Indoor Farmers Market Design Work

The Experimental Station, a non-profit that runs the 61st Street Farmers Market, invited me back to design their indoor market season materials (you can see what I created for their Summer market here). Using familiar elements from the outdoor season, including the steam building, I updated the vegetables,… Read More