Students share their experience dealing with the distractions of collaborating digitally versus on paper.
A study found that people experiencing sadness were more likely to trust others than people who were not.
Cover and inside illustrations for an invitation to the Fred Hutch research center’s open house they call the “Lab Crawl”.
This was a leftover idea from another assignment that I wanted to work up just for fun.
Here is a semi-recent project for Strategic Finance. The article was about an unexpected phone call leading to several merger / acquisition opportunities.
Made mostly in zbrush with a little photoshop at the end.
This was a recent project for the LA Times Sunday Business Section. Had fun using ZBrush for the balloons.
No it’s not a movie sequel, an epipen, or a cable sports channel.
As I found out from working on this assignment from Strategic Finance magazine, EPM2 stands for Enterprise Performance Management. The “2” part is because a new generation of the software has been developed to better help MSCO’s (manufacturing and supply chain organizations) plan and manage their businesses.
Mary Zisk, the art director, always does a great job of helping me wade through the alphabet soup of corporate accounting that fills the prose of the magazine she directs. She boiled it down to thinking of EPM2 as helping companies that make and sell their own stuff. She suggested some kind of factory setting.
Northwestern University commissioned me to illustrate several essays in their alumni magazine. What was especially fun on this assignment was their openness to taking an entirely different approach on each image.
First was an essay about Northwestern alums doing interviews with college applicants to make the process more personal. I thought of this as the alums creating a sort of portrait of the applicant.
Next was a piece about helping people with aphasia – inability to speak or understand speech as a result of a brain injury.
This was a lighter essay about a lifetime love of running.
and running as part of travel.
The last story was about a student organization of veterans helping other veterans adjust to life at college after serving in active duty.
Twin Cities Business Journal hired me to illustrate a story about the high number of sports radio stations in Minneapolis / St. Paul.