Tag Archives: editorial

Everybody has questions

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American Teacher magazine asked for a series of illustrations for a feature about the dynamics of students asking for help in the classroom. Turns out the students who were the squeakiest wheels were the ones who received more attention. This … Continue reading

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Losing your mind

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One of the best things about being an illustrator is having the opportunity to work on stories which you have been following in the news. One such story is the disturbing trend of US companies reducing research and development. The … Continue reading

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New York Times Travel: Questions

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Corinne Myller and I judged editorial together this year for the Society of Illustrators and finally we had a chance to work on a fun little project. The feature for the Travel Section was the most popular travel questions on … Continue reading

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Why Robots can’t Dance

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Len Small and I had been trying to find a story for Nautilus Magazine to work together. The first couple stories fell through but he came back with a story which turned out to be my favorite.  It was an … Continue reading

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Growth spurts

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Ronn Campisi had an assignment for the Harvard Law Review about using the collaborative process to develop more effective law professors. The main thought was professors don’t just happen by themselves. They are created with the assistance of many peers … Continue reading

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Guessing tomorrow

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Mary Shaub from Summit Publications called for a series of full pages about forecasts in the insurance sector. I’m a big believer that any subject can make compelling images. Paul Rand’s quote that there are no bad projects only bad … Continue reading

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Overlooked

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It is appropriate one of the final projects printed this year was for SooJin Buzelli and PlanSponsor Magazine. We’ve worked on nice projects throughout the year and she had a story about financial advisors overlooking Millennials. The story boils down … Continue reading

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Knowing we don’t know

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Kerry Prugh, AD for Notre Dame’s alumni magazine called with a fun list of 10 things we don’t know. As this is the end of the year, it seemed like a perfect piece to feature because one of the best … Continue reading

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Who needs a driver

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DBusiness had an interesting story for an assignment. It seems the the big trend in the future is all sorts of transportation and delivery will be handled remotely. It could be very possible there will not be a need for … Continue reading

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Tepper Magazine Cover

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Susan Limoncelli called with a request for cover and inside art for Tepper Magazine’s feature about visions for a new development soon to be built on campus. They had asked for opinions about how the development should serve various needs … Continue reading

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Damages

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The Your Money section was a special collaboration between the New York Times and NPR. In addition to the cover series, I was asked to illustrate an essay describing the experience of a couple trying to navigate a relationship thought … Continue reading

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Ghost in all of our machines.

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The Chronicle of Higher Education and I have had a long relationship and it’s thrilling to see more of their stories getting attention on a national level. Ellen Winkler called with an interesting essay about how the internet and human … Continue reading

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Mine, all mine.

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AD SooJin Buzelli called earlier this fall for a story in CIO magazine about asset managers who realized it might actually be a good idea to buy a stake in companies of other asset managers. They realized they would be the … Continue reading

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End of the line.

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Last week was a strange karma week. More than one friend called and asked for advice about retirement. The main theme was friends were worried they had not saved enough or were not saving early enough in their careers. By … Continue reading

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Free your mind

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Michelle Furman, art director for American Teacher magazine called requesting a series of illustrations for a feature about reimagining technical education. The article was the challenge to rethink the role of education and realize there was much untapped potential. The … Continue reading

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