Mock editorial to accompany an essay I wrote on the relationship between skateboarding and creativity.
A series of illustrations I did for Medium for a collection of articles titled “Voices From Chicago.” Art direction by Renald Louissaint and Ryan Hubbard
For “Chicago is the Land of the Listener," about the author’s new non-profit Young Chicago Authors
For “I Don’t Know How Many Fights I’ve Been in, But I’ve Only Lost One,” about a bullied kid who reinvents herself as a brawler and then a poet
For “I Hate That I’m Black. I Hate That I’m Ugly. I Hate My Nose,” about the lack of representation in popular media
For “Maybe I Could Save Myself By Writing,” about a Latinx teen from Chicago who felt like he belonged nowhere
For “I Knew I Was Being Watched, and People Were Waiting for Me to Fall”, a hustler’s notes on having to grow up too fast
For “Black Kids Know What We Need. We Are Just Asking for Fuel,” the National Youth Poet Laureate on why adults need to listen to young people
Tour and show fliers for The Sulls
Selected animations for Mild Monk’s “Kindness” music video. Animation by me, typography by Bruno Perosino
Mock editorial for the NPR article “H.P. Lovecraft and the Shadow Over Horror”
My submission for Andrew Beck’s Disney fanzine.
Transformation sequences for Turtle Dogs, a collaborative project with John O’Donnell