Piece for the 2019 Philanthropy Poster Project Exhibition held in Athens, Greece as part of the Stavros Nicholas Foundation Conference.
My MFA thesis project, featuring a curious little witch named Mila and Jasper, her grouchy cat. They encounter a mischievous ghost, resulting in the three of them being sucked into her mother’s enchanted tea kettle. In order to outsmart the denizens of the tea world inside the kettle and find their way home they will need to work together.
Nestling is an accordion book that explores a little harpy's search for her own kind.
The final art was created using india ink, watercolor, colored pencil, and gouache.
Glass House is a location-drawing book created as a tribute to greenhouses, which are some of my favorite spaces on earth. The pages are filled with paintings and studies from multiple greenhouses that I had the chance to visit in 2018.
Here are selected studies and a spread from the book.
Kew Gardens - London, UK
Jardin des Plantes - Paris, France
Brooklyn Botanic Garden - Brooklyn, NY
New York Botanical Garden - New York, NY
This series is based on Gina Oschner's short story, Song of the Selkie.
I was inspired by the images in Oschner's text that focus on the five senses: sight, taste, hearing, smell, and touch. The bound book features hand-sculpted 3-dimensional covers and is split into five parts, with a spot and spread for each sense.
Part of Light Grey Art Lab's Parallel exhibition.
Creative and educational masks for kids, focusing on specific biomes (Forest, Rainforest, and Savanna)and the animals who call them home.
Happy Halloween, 2018
Every summer torches are lit along the ridge to guide the giant fire salamander migration away from the village.
Exhibited as part of Light Grey Art Lab’s Ultimate Fantasy show.
A feasting beastie!
Eremraku, a deity from the principle pantheon of the Vild project, shepherding spirits.
Vild explores a landscape dominated by the interdependence of myth, ideology, and history.
The preliminary drawings and concept art for this project were collected into a hand-bound book.