Exhibits!

Happy to announce that I am in two exhibits this month! The first one, pictured above, is called Transcriptors: Illustration, Documentary and the Material at University for the Creative Arts,  Farnham in the UK. The photo above shows one of my drawings from 9/11 at the entrance to the gallery; in the case are publications […]

View post →

Ask Smithsonian

A few weeks ago I received a call to do an illustration for the Smithsonian magazine – featured in the “Ask Smithsonian” column. It’s a monthly column on the last page of the issue, and my illustration for the November “Q” column asks the question: “Union Station, Penn Station – why do so many major […]

View post →

Lego!

A few years back I had the pleasure of working with Matthew McNerney and RAA to design dioramas for the Lego museum that just opened in Denmark. I’ve created reportage illustrations in some of the worlds most exciting cities, but to create reportage illustrations of a Lego world that only existed in my mind was […]

View post →

The Scottish Play

Last night I attended the panoramic performance of “the Scottish play”, Macbeth, put on by the New York Classical Theatre. They are giving free outdoor performances in Battery Park every evening at 7 pm through August 20th. (One of the perks of summers in NYC are these kinds of events.) It was a beautiful evening […]

View post →

Eid Mubarak!

My NYC neighborhood of Jackson Heights is home to a large Muslim population from Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan. Since this weekend was Eid, the end of Ramadan, our local park (Travers) was turned over to a Muslim prayer service on Sunday morning. As I live near the park, I decided to walk over and draw […]

View post →

Spirituality & Health Magazine

My reportage illustrations of the NYC rally against the immigrant ban have been published in the May/June issue of Spirituality & Health. The drawings are illustrating an article titled Being Honorable by Brady Kiesling, who writes about his decision to leave the state department after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and his thoughts on the first attempted Executive Order […]

View post →