Three illustrations for short story in Storyworks Magazine
Several years ago, my son and I made this little pun guessing game called Homonymgame.com. Since then I’ve learned a lot more about writing and wanted to redo the site. Now, eight years later, it’s re-written, re-illustrated, re-named and ready for you to play. Read the rhyme, look at the illustration and groan while you fill in the answer.
A few illustrations created for the Harvard Business Review:
How to prevent employee turnover
Lessons from the sushi bar applied to retail
Evolution of messaging in leadership
opening illustration for ideas section
Alternate opener for ideas section
Socially responsible investing
I was honored to be invited to create a custom skate deck for Hometown Heroes, an auction “Boars on Duty” to provide free summer camp to kids of military families.
Cover and inside illustration for University of New Hampshire’s alumni magazine. The story is about moving from their history as a land grant university to an institution focused on helping students develop their own intellectual property.
After creating this illustration for the cover of Storyworks magazine, I thought I would try my hand at animating it. It was a fun experiment which the client ended up using on their web page.
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”.