Scientific American Cover Illustration - Inside America's plan to remake its atomic arsenal.
The New Republic Cover illustration for a feature discussing how the Claremont Institute morphed into the country's first openly anti-democracy think tank.
Security Management Special Print Edition Cover illustration discussing how climate-related grief, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and depression are all on the rise alongside interpersonal aggression, violence, and impaired cognitive and brain function.
American Gas Cover illustration for a feature that discusses the next steps to net-zero. Utilities are taking unique approaches and learning invaluable lessons on the net-zero journey.
The New Republic Cover Illustration for a feature discussing how the Democrats need to run - A Playbook for 2024. "Fight Like The State of The Nation is at Stake - Because it Is"
Education Week Cover illustration for a feature discussing how Taylor Swift's experience with 'Deep Fakes' can help students examine AI ethics.
Harvard Magazine Cover illustration about the end of expertise. SELECTED - American Illustration 38 3x3 Pro Annual No.16
The New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure Cover illustration asking - With definitions of truth and justice now seemingly up for grabs, what purpose do the figures who toe the line between good and evil still serve? SELECTED - American Illustration 42 3x3 Pro Annual No.20
The New York Times Sunday Business Cover illustration for a feature discussing how C.E.O.s Were Our Heroes - At Least According To Them. They stepped up in the pandemic to 'save the world', says Marc Benioff of Salesforce, even as their tax practices and perches kept them above its troubles.
The New York Times Sunday Business Cover In the Covid-19 Economy, You Can Have a Kid or a Job. You Can't have Both. Our struggle is not an emotional concern, We are not burned out. We are being crushed by an economy that has bafflingly declared working parents inessential. SELECTED - American Illustration 40 3x3 Pro Annual No.18
The New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure Cover - As the Netflix Series "When They See Us" revisits the Central Park jogger case, a writer who covered the original case looks back on what led to the five boys being wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for years. CHOSEN - American Illustration 39
The New York Times Sunday Business Cover illustration that asks the question - How did millennial workaholism become an aspirational lifestyle? CHOSEN - American Illustration 39
The New York Times Sunday Arts & Leisure cover illustration for a feature that discusses Racial Justice In Cinema.
The New York Times Sunday Business Cover Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg's Partnership Did Not Survive Trump. The executives worked together to ensure Facebook's dominance, but the relationship couldn't withstand the challenges of Donald Trump's Presidency.
The New York Times Sunday Business Cover illustration discussing how the film industry hopes that Tom Cruise can bring adults back to the theater.
The New York Times Arts & Leisure cover for a feature about how the theatre is taking on the Trump presidency.
The New York Times Business Day cover for an article that takes a look at how entrepreneurs are more likely to engage in illicit activities.
Harper's Magazine Cover illustration from an essay that takes a philosophical approach to our current administration and how it could be leading us into another Civil War or a New Progressive Era.
Harper's Magazine Cover illustration for a feature about the anatomy of a leak, and the human network behind Snowden.
Harper's Magazine Cover illustration about keeping the government out of your inbox.
Courrier International Cover illustration for a feature that discusses Russia's use of wheat as a weapon of war in the Ukraine.
The Wall Street Journal EXCHANGE Cover illustration for a feature discussing how a 14-year-old showed Meta how toxic it can be. When a Facebook security expert saw his daughter's account, he told Mark Zuckerberg that their approach to protecting teens wasn't working. The CEO didn't reply.
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover for a feature discussing the very public death of Putin henchman Yevgeny Prigozhin - Highlighting the evolution of Russia into a mafia state held together by violence and incapable of global leadership.
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration asking - Can The GOP Become A Real Working-Class Party?
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover for a feature that asks the question - Is Nuclear Power Part of the Climate Solution? Investing in the next generation of nuclear reactors could give the world an important tool for reducing carbon emissions.
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW cover that discusses how Pope Francis may be leading the Church to a Schism. Disagreements over same-sex relationships and the role of women are heightening tensions among Catholics worldwide. SELECTED - American Illustration 41
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that looks at transformative elections in U.S. History. The Trump-Biden contest evokes the bitter 1864 vote. Will it too prove to be a pivotal moment in the nation's history?
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that explores Rick Singer, the man at the center of the 'Varsity Blues' scandal, and how he was always driven to compete to succeed - and to defy norms.
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration that describes the germs that transformed history. For eons, epidemics have caused mass deaths and social upheaval, with far-reaching effects on politics, trade, migration, colonization, and conquest.
The Wall Street Journal Review Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how The Middle East Isn't Worth It Anymore. With few vital American interests still at stake there, the U.S. should finally set aside grandiose ambitions for the chaotic region.
The Wall Street Journal REVIEW Cover illustration asking - Who Won the U.S. - China Trade War? Neither country got the concessions it sought, and both damaged their economies. The real beneficiaries? Vietnam and others who stepped into the breach.
The Wall Street Journal Exchange Cover illustration discussing how the pandemic has helped catapult Americans in low-paying roles into more upwardly mobile careers-including jobs in the tech sector.
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover for Colson Whitehead's Novel "Crook Manifesto" Crime and Punishment - Colson Whitehead's latest delves deep into the maelstrom of 1970s Harlem.
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Lydia Millet's "Dinosaurs" Existing on The Edge of Extinction - How to craft a life in the shadow of disaster.
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Naomi Alderman's "The Future"
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Toni Morrison's "The Source of Self Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations."
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover Illustration for Courtney Maum's "Costalegre". Award of Excellence - The Society For News Design
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover - Author John Darnielle's new novel "Devil House" looks at our true crime obsessions. If true crime is an addiction, "Devil House" is a novelist's cure. It's a multilayered, fictional story of some horrific murders, their victims and perpetrators, and the man who sets out to tell their tales.
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover for Alec McGillis's "Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America". Amazon is everywhere - How much has it cost us?
The Boston Globe Book Review Cover for a memoir by Calvin Hennick. Five years into fatherhood, Calvin is plagued by self doubt and full of questions. How can he teach his son to be a man, when his own father figures abandoned him? As a white man, what can he possible teach his biracial son about how to live as a black man in America?