BLAXIT
BLAXIT

Courrier International Full Page for a feature discussing The Black Contemporary Artists Who Are Leaving America. Building on the legacy of luminaries such as James Baldwin and Josephine Baker, many black creatives are seeking out new possibilities abroad. (re-print of a NYT Magazine feature).

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BLAXIT
BLAXIT

Courrier International Quarter Page for a feature discussing The Black Contemporary Artists Who Are Leaving America. Building on the legacy of luminaries such as James Baldwin and Josephine Baker, many black creatives are seeking out new possibilities abroad. (re-print of a NYT Magazine feature).

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THE WRITE STUFF
THE WRITE STUFF

American University Full Page illustration about how Nicholas Schmidle spent four years embedded with Virgin Galactic. In his new book, the SIS alumnus chronicles how stress testing rockets exposes the vulnerability of those who build them, fly them - and write about them.

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COVID-19 PARENT TRAP
COVID-19 PARENT TRAP

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

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THE SHARED PAST THAT WASN'T
THE SHARED PAST THAT WASN'T

Scientific American Spread illustration the describes how Facebook, fake news, and friends are altering memories and changing history. 3x3 Pro Annual No.18

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HISTORY OF DISEASE
HISTORY OF DISEASE

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.

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CRIME AND RECIDIVISM
CRIME AND RECIDIVISM

Marquette Lawyer Illustration from a full page series and lecture discussing violent crime and recidivism.

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EVERYWHERE AND SOMEWHERE
EVERYWHERE AND SOMEWHERE

Virginia Quarterly Review For an essay that discusses the abstract experience of Fire Bones - Which focuses on geographical consciousness and a sense of place through narrative in the digital landscape.

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SCHOOL RECESSION
SCHOOL RECESSION

Education Week Cover illustration that discusses devastated budgets and widening inequities: How the Coronavirus collapse will impact schools. The recession brought on by the pandemic will make inequalities in school even worse. 3x3 Pro Annual No.18

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DEATH INVESTIGATORS
DEATH INVESTIGATORS

Scientific American For an article that discusses those who investigate premature deaths should have medical training - Coroners are not typically required to have medical expertise - and that's a problem.

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COVID 19
COVID 19

Works created from my own internal experience during these most uncertain times. This particular concept focuses on Mental Health and Isolation - Both the positive and negative. In this case, the negative. 3x3 Pro Annual No.18

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COVID 19
COVID 19

Works created from my own internal experience during these most uncertain times. This particular concept focuses on Mental Health and Isolation - Both the positive and negative. In this case, the positive. 3x3 Pro Annual No.18

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COVID 19
COVID 19

Works created from my own internal experience during these most uncertain times. This particular concept focuses on the human touch. It plays a major role as to how the virus spreads so quickly, but it has also created an unnerving distance and isolation among loved ones, family members, and friends.

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TO STOP PANDEMICS, STOP DEFORESTATION
TO STOP PANDEMICS, STOP DEFORESTATION

Scientific American For an article that describes how data shows zoonotic diseases now represent the largest proportion of new, emerging diseases. Most of them originate in wild animals whose forest habitats are being destroyed, largely for crops for humans or the animals we raise to eat. The more land we clear, the more we disturb populations of the species that carry the microbes best suited to kill us.

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COVID 19
COVID 19

Works created from my own internal experience during these most uncertain times. This particular concept focuses on the children who are experiencing this pandemic and quarantine across the globe in many different ways.

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THOSE LEFT BEHIND
THOSE LEFT BEHIND

Reactionary illustration based off of the current situation in Afghanistan - An uncertain and desperate future from the perspective of an Afghan woman. Personal Work

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BRUTAL INJUSTICE
BRUTAL INJUSTICE

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

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DRUDGE REPORT
DRUDGE REPORT

The New York Times Sunday Business Cover illustration that asks the question - How did millennial workaholism become an aspirational lifestyle? CHOSEN - American Illustration 39 3x3 Pro Annual No.16

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RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA
RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA

The New York Times Arts & Leisure cover for a feature that discusses Racial Justice In Cinema. 3x3 Pro Annual No.16

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RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA
RACIAL JUSTICE IN CINEMA

The New York Times Arts & Leisure interior illustration for a feature that discusses Racial Justice In Cinema.

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FUTURE TECH
FUTURE TECH

Rolling Stone Magazine Get ready for your Close-Up. Facial recognition technology is coming to a concert venue near you.

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PRISON CALL
PRISON CALL

TIME Magazine The View: Essay - 'You Have One Minute Remaining' - Why I'll always drop everything to answer my brother's calls from prison.

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NOT CANCELLED
NOT CANCELLED

TIME Magazine Cancel Culture is Not Real - At least Not in the way people Think.

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EXCESS WIND ENERGY
EXCESS WIND ENERGY

Harvard Magazine There's a problem with sustainable energy, and it will only grow with time. Now that wind and solar have become cheaper sources of electricity than fossil fuels in some places, the problem is intermittency-what to do when the wind dies or the sun goes down.

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HOLIDAY BURNOUT 1
HOLIDAY BURNOUT 1

The New York Times For Home Cooks, Burnout is a Reality This Holiday Season - It's time to put aside the idea of a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. A psychological view after months of chronic stress, burnout, and anxiety leading up to the holiday season.

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HOLIDAY BURNOUT 2
HOLIDAY BURNOUT 2

The New York Times For Home Cooks, Burnout is a Reality This Holiday Season - It's time to put aside the idea of a perfect Thanksgiving dinner. A psychological view after months of chronic stress, burnout, and anxiety leading up to the holiday season.

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EMPLOYEE MONITORING
EMPLOYEE MONITORING

The Wall Street Journal For an article that describes how companies are using software to track employees who are now working from home.

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RUSSIAN DEAL
RUSSIAN DEAL

Originally Created for Forbes Spread illustration that investigates the truth behind Trump Tower in Moscow. Final Art - Killed

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THE MIDDLE EAST
THE MIDDLE EAST

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.

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A BROKEN SYSTEM
A BROKEN SYSTEM

Boston University Spread for a feature that discusses how criminal justice reform promises to change life on the inside and outside, but will it be enough?

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MOMENT OF TRUTH
MOMENT OF TRUTH

Scientific American Full page illustration that explores how fake news will only get worse. Artificial intelligence is making it possible for anyone to manipulate audio and video. The biggest threat is that we stop trusting anything at all.

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AMERICA'S GUN PROBLEM
AMERICA'S GUN PROBLEM

Scholastic Full Page illustration for a feature that takes a look inside one of the nations most divisive debates. U.S. gun violence has reached record levels. Would stricter gun control reduce it?

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CHINA HOLLYWOOD
CHINA HOLLYWOOD

The Hollywood Reporter Spread illustration for a feature that discusses Hollywood's relationship with China.

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SHIELDS UP
SHIELDS UP

EdTech Magazine Illustration from a full page series that discusses cyber security for students, teachers, and faculty during remote learning.

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STRONGER TOGETHER
STRONGER TOGETHER

EdTech Magazine Illustration from a full page series that discusses the need for stronger wifi connections for students in remote locations.

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THE KING
THE KING

Upper Deck Limited Edition poster of LeBron James and his signature tomahawk dunk.

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THE KING - VARIANT
THE KING - VARIANT

Upper Deck Limited Edition Variant poster of LeBron James and his signature tomahawk dunk.

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REBIRTH OF A NATION
REBIRTH OF A NATION

Harper's Magazine Series of illustrations 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.

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REBIRTH OF A NATION
REBIRTH OF A NATION

Harper's Magazine Series of illustrations 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.

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REBIRTH OF A NATION
REBIRTH OF A NATION

Harper's Magazine Series of illustrations 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.

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