A Holocaust inspired narrative, pieced together from various researched accounts. What started as a senior thesis project, turned into a much deeper obsession. The paintings incorporate graphite, watercolor and gouache. Witness received Gold Medal Honors at the Society of Illustrators in Los Angeles in January 2011 as well as "Best In Show" and Silver Medal Honors for Illustration in Creative Quarterly Journal's March 2008 publication. It also won First Prize Award in the Westport Arts Center Gallery Group Show in August 2008. Brandeis University featured a panel of the series in an online article of theirs in 2013 to commemorate the night known as Kristallnacht in 1939.

Client: Self          Role: Illustration & Story


Rappers Delight

Portrait series of some hip-hop icons.

Client: Self          Role: Illustration


Tennis in the Future

Style frames and character exploration for a Lacoste project pitch.

Client: Lacoste          Role: Illustration          Studio: Brand New School 


Octopus vulgaris

As a city kid, I spent many a weekend browsing the halls of the Natural History Museum, drawing from the dioramas and encouraging my fascination with animals. Did you know that octopuses have three hearts? Two pump blood through each of the two gills, while the third pumps blood through the body. 

Client: Self          Role: Illustration


Periodic Table of Elephants

An initiative to make learning the periodic table of elements a more fun and engaging learning experience in elementary school earth science curriculums across the country with elephants to act out each element. From left to right, top to bottom: Helium, Francium, Americium, Californium, Potassium and Mercury.

Client: American Chemical Society         Role: Illustration         Studio: Superfad


Keystone Light Posters

Election style posters for Keystone Light's social channels. In light of the 2012 Presidential Election, brand spokesman Keith Stone announced his candidacy for President along with some of his favorite policies. Fans could cast votes at to drive likes and buzz around the campaign.

Client: Keystone Light          Role: Design          Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi 


Respect the Pouch

Designs that were part of the winning pitch for this business. The idea spoke to two different audiences: kids and parents. One focused on product benefits while the other showed the product as a cool sports drink with a fun and colorful edge that would get kids excited about being active with the pouch. The posters were recognized by the Graphis Poster Annual 2014.

Client: Capri Sun          Role: Design          Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi