Recent Illustrations – 1 Dog, 1 Mouse, and 1 Ghost


I’ve been really fortunately busy lately and it has been a while since I’ve shared new work, so here’s a collection of some recent editorial pieces. The first one above was created for Barron’s in collaboration with Art Director (and fellow illustrator) John Tomac, who I’ve been wanting to work with for a long time. In a nutshell, this was for a story about a mutual fund that was deemed “un-rateable” because the fund manager wouldn’t reveal any information about it. I was thrilled to have this concept approved of a dog wearing protective armor at a dog show, thereby making it “un-judgeable”.


Here’s one for Billboard magazine that falls a bit outside of what I normally do, but was for a story about Disney losing a lot of their recording artists to other record labels, most notably the voice of Elsa from the movie Frozen.

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And finally, here’s a character and a concept of a haunted house that I’m simply in love with. This was created for Trulia’s annual list of haunted houses in the United States. Thanks to AD Larry Williams (who I had the chance to work with once or twice before a couple of years ago for Variety magazine.

Thanks for looking!