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.
Cover illustration for a feature about the anatomy of a leak, and the human network behind Snowden.
Cover illustration about the end of expertise.
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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.
Sunday Business Cover illustration that asks the question - How did millennial workaholism become an aspirational lifestyle?
Sunday Arts & Leisure cover illustration for a feature that discusses Racial Justice In Cinema.
Cover illustration for a feature that discusses how criminal justice reform promises to change life on the inside and outside, but will it be enough?
Arts & Leisure cover for a feature about how the theatre is taking on the Trump presidency.
Business Day cover for an article that takes a look at how entrepreneurs are more likely to engage in illicit activities.
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.
Book Review Cover Illustration for Toni Morrison's "The Source of Self Regard: Selected Essays, Speeches, and Meditations."
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?
Sunday OutLook Cover illustration that describes the self-centered gospel of Williamson and Trump.
Cover illustration for a feature that discusses the thousands of immigrant children crossing into the U.S. at the southern border have been separated from their families - WHY?
Sunday Business Cover illustration that discusses Dick's Sporting Goods overhaul on firearms policy after Parkland, and how its CEO, Ed Stack, has become an outspoken advocate for gun control.
Cover illustration from a lecture that discusses the clash over war between Congress and the Commander in Chief.
Cover illustration for a feature and lecture series that discusses the dying constitutionalism and the Fourteenth Amendment.
Cover illustration for a feature that takes a look how Vanderbilt's championship rocket team launches alumni into the future of aerospace.
Cover illustration for a feature discussing how more employers are demanding access to genetic tools to improve employee health and reduce costs.
Can a nationalist movement from the internet save the most scattered people on Earth?
Cover illustration - Police run towards danger while the rest of us retreat. They have the power to use force-in the interest of their safety and ours. But with that authority comes the need for accountability. As one of only a handful of oversight practitioners, Julie Ruhlin's job is to help departments across the country strike that delicate balance.
Cover illustration that accompanied a larger interior series of images for a feature entitled "Big Ideas".
Cover illustration for a feature that follows a team of researchers who investigate influenza in birds and other animals to help keep the world one step ahead of the next pandemic.
Cover illustration for a feature about Copenhagen killer, Omar El-Hussein. A story of isolation and oppression.
Cover illustration that suggests not to expect swift deregulations in 2018. The SEC and FINRA have a full agenda for the year ahead.
Cover illustration for a feature that explains how artificial intelligence will make you a better advisor.
Cover illustration for a feature about the Penn Station crisis, and the rekindling of long stalled plans to finally fix the transit hub.
Cover illustration that discusses how through focus, patience, and nonlinear thinking, malicious actors create new paths into organizations. Defenders need to use attackers' own tactics against them.
Cover Triptych created for a new initiative to help educators better teach our painful past and how it affects our present.
Sunday Ideas cover discussing the dangers of Obama's plan to modernize our nuclear arsenal.
Cover illustration that discusses how a major U.S. Supreme Court decision in favor of arbitration is shaping the landscape for workplace lawsuits.
Cover illustration for a feature that provides tips on how to reduce the pain of computer installs.
Cover illustration exploring the supporters of the Kaepernick protest and the Black Lives Matter movement.