EDITORIAL ILLUSTRATION

The Atlantic: “How Civilization Broke Our Brains” ¬– Humans have evolved into Earth’s supreme beings, but are they happy?  *I was not commissioned to create this editorial illustration.
Barron’s: “Financial Regulation Is Coming” – Regulation under President Biden may put more power into the hands of the common investor, while larger institutions and creditors face new hurdles. *I was not commissioned for this editorial illustration.
The New York Times: "Every Two Months, One of My Teammates Dies" – The players of the 1960’s Green Bay Packers were seen as legends, but even legends are mortal. *I was not commissioned for this editorial illustration.
Wired: “Your Body, Your Self, Your Surgeon, His Instagram” – Instagram has provided a platform to broadcast live plastic surgeries, but is this okay? *I was not commissioned for this editorial illustration.
The New Yorker: “The Color Of Money” – Throughout American history, the government has tried to level the playing field when it came to capitalistic opportunity. Did it ever work? *I was not commissioned to create this illustration. *I was not commissioned for this editorial illustration.
Vox: “Kicking People Off Social Media Isn’t About Free Speech” ¬– When Donald Trump was kicked off of Twitter, some celebrated while others lashed out. Can we as a whole benefit from gatekeepers controlling what we can and cannot say? *I was not commissioned for this editorial illustration.

I strive for my illustrations to be inviting and impactful through the use of soft tones and strong imagery. I started exploring editorial illustration in early 2020, as I enjoy translating ideas into visual solutions that can illicit thought and emotion.

Given my diverse professional background and interests, I like to work across a variety of topics, especially economics, finance, politics, sports, and psychology.

Please note that while I am the creator of each illustration above, I was not commissioned for the work.