My cartoons and illustrations have been published in various national and international publications. In addition to creating illustrations for numerous private commissions, my work has appeared publicly across New York City, virtually on various small business websites, as part of museum exhibits, and in print in the Musicians Cook! Cookbook. A partial client list and published work listing follows.
Partial Client List:
BASF RTP (Research Triangle Park) Agricultural Visitor Center – Raleigh, NC
FiberMax Center for Discovery – Lubbock, TX
Nomura Research Institute
New York City Ballet Orchestra
Since 2019, I have created a series of monthly illustrations for Nomura Research Institute’s publication Financial Information Technology Focus. The theme for 2019 was Little Girls Playing Musical Instruments, and 2020’s theme was Boy’s Playing Sports. In 2021, the theme was simply Colorful Illustrations. (For now, I have to keep 2022’s theme under wraps; however, in about six months, I will be posting some of those illustrations here as well.) Needless to say, I have loved creating each and every one of these illustration!
(To see the full 2019 collection, please visit my portfolio at Behance.)
By the way…
If you happen to be in Lubbock, Texas (or Raleigh, NC!) be sure to make time to see my cotton-themed illustrations at the FiberMax Center for Discovery and the Agricultural Visitor Center, respectively. The 18 illustrations I created for this exhibit are part of the permanent collection. (Maybe one of these days I’ll be able to see them in person myself!)
The following of my single panel gag cartoons have been published in these magazines in the USA and abroad:
My past design awards include
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