As a former staff artist and graphics editor at the New York Times, I have designed and produced illustrations and information graphics on a great variety of subjects, for the newspaper’s print and on-line versions. My work at the Times has won design awards from the Society of Newspaper Design and Print Magazine and has been also featured in books like “The Best in Diagrammatic Graphics” and “The Science Times Book of Mammals”.
In 2008, I left the Times to pursue a career as a freelance artist and designer. My work frequently combines traditional media with digital design tools to create compelling and effective illustrations and graphics for my clients. I have designed illustrations and information graphics for clients like President Carter’s foundation, The Carter Center, the online news organization, ProPublica and publications, like The Scientist magazine.
I have also taught Illustration, Digital Illustration and Information Design at the University of New Haven. In my spare time, I continue to pursue my passion for drawing and painting all subjects, especially the figure.
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