Tag Archive: Illustration

  1. Pittsburgh Civic Visions research

    This semester at Carnegie Mellon I’ve been fortunate to work with professor Dan Lockton as a research assistant. The project that I am working on is called Pittsburgh Civic Visions, on a team that includes Dan, myself, Ashlesha Dhotey, Nehal Vora,two other design masters candidates and Silvia Mata-Marin, a PhD candidate. The intent of this research …

  2. Introducing the Embrace Health HPV Campaign

    The Embrace Health HPV Campaign is a complete, self-contained program aiming to increase HPV Vaccination rates on college campuses. Hajira Qazi, a fellow graduate student, and I researched and designed this program as a part of our Visual Communications Studio at Carnegie Mellon University.  Our client was the Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD), represented by Abby Wilson, …

  3. Drawing babies is a challenge

      In response to the prompt “Childhood”, I drew a small child and parent.  Then I experimented with using both watercolor and layers of different paper textures to create a rich image.  Watercolor was done by hand, scanned, and then my own paper textures added in Photoshop.

  4. Happy Chinese New Year!

    A new, quick illustration created for the participatory blog Illustration Friday.  The theme of the week was “Mystery”.  I used a photo from my trip up E’Mei Mountain, a sacred Buddhist mountain in Sichuan province.  I wanted to evoke the sense of mystery and delight I felt when we climbed up a steep set of …

  5. Orthodox Sexpert Bat Sheva Marcus

    Lenny Letter (the email newsletter of Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner), published an interview between Amy Kellner and Orthodox Jewish sex therapist Bat Sheva Marcus and hired me to create an accompanying image.  With my illustration, I hoped to highlight a moment in Jewish tradition that is traditionally the domain of women: the lighting of Shabbat …

  6. 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 to represent them! All text was provided by …

  7. Golden beets

    One of my favorite fall finds at the farmers market.  I really can’t get enough of them, including the green tops which are also really sweet! This vector drawing will be a part of a new illustration commission I’m working on.  Stay tuned for final art!  

  8. InfusionSoft flow chart

    I’m thrilled to announce that a flow chart I made for InfusionSoft is now live on their blog.  You can take a look here: http://www.infusionsoft.com/blog/let-flowchart-tell-you-if-your-business-needs-blog. This was such a fun project, I can’t wait to do more watercolor flow charts!