My piece for a group show at Portland's Architectural Heritage Center, where artists make pieces about what they'd like to preserve in Portland. I chose to celebrate the incredible video store Movie Madness. There's something magical about browsing physical objects on a shelf and discovering something strange and wonderful next to whatever you came in looking for. As great and valuable as internet resources are, they are no replacement for the community and sense of discovery brought by physical collections and libraries. And beyond that, you can find plenty of films here you'd struggle to track down online.
Illustrations for issuse B and D of Shelf Heroes, a zine celebrating film one letter at a time. I did illustrations based on the films Le bonheur,Blue is the Warmest Color, and Dance Party, USA. Check it out at shelfheroes.com/p/zine.html.
Illustrations for the features section of the Law and Order issue of Bitch magazine. Topics include Joan Armatrading, Ava DuVernay, and science fiction as a tool for activism. Art direction by Kristin Rogers Brown.
A magazine examining the value of secondhand objects by talking with and about the people behind them. Cast-off Crown explores identity, history, and the weird and wonderful objects found on thrift store shelves through writing, conversation, photography, and illustration.
Branding and packaging for a Portland-based raw, vegan, and gluten-free pie company. The handmade watercolor patterns used in the branding reflect the brand’s high-quality, unique ingredients and attention to detail, as well as making the product easy to recognize on grocery store shelves.
Work from The Ink Tank Engine, A monthly sketchblog started to allow four Exquisite Corpse-playing friends to keep in touch despite living in different cities. Each month a different participant would pick a different prompt, ranging from the specific (peanut butter) to the more abstract and open to interpretation (chance).
A fictional magazine for people who like fashion—while also enjoying reading and critical thinking. The text-heavy publication examines history, politics, art, and pop culture, all through the lens of fashion.