Illustration for the property doctors section of the telegraph
Illustrations for articles about living, balance and creativity
Illustration for Danish News Media Zetland. The article is about how there’s an increase of young women on antidepressants compared to their male peers
After years of ‘glacial’ change, women now hold more than 1 in 4 corporate board seats
Do you fear that telling others about your accomplishments will make you seem boastful or big-
headed? Why? You deserve to feel good about what you’ve achieved and you’re worthy of praise
Editorial illustration for Breathe magazine
Illustrations for Ulberta alumni magazine New Trail - ‘It’s beyond the stars and within our cells. Whether we are looking inward or ever-outward, how we organize our human spaces defines us.’
Ad Marcey Andrews
Property Doctors Q&A
Born in a constantly warming world
Article: Matthew Black
AD Jessica Meskus
Who do I belong to?
When she dipped her heart into someone else’s relationship, Emily lackey discovered how to define love on her own terms.
Art Direction - Katie Kosma
From chore to choice
Don’t get caught flagging - understand how your natural energy cycles work.
News years resolutions
AD: mp arts
‘Why I lied in high school about knowing karate’
Searching for the truth at the Harkness table
‘The 17-year itch’
Britains first recording studio
Editorial illustration for Teen Breathe magazine
inspired by Radiolab- words
Lawrenceville alumni magazine
In the time of divisive fake news and political polarization the role of the Harkness table matters more than ever.
Property q+a section
Alison Fields remembers the perils of junior high: fitting in, standing out, and trying out.
Personal work inspired by radio lab
intimacy in the age of the internet