For St. Louis Magazine, "Losing It"; AD: Kevin Goodbar | 3x3 Professional Show No. 8 - Distinguished Merit
House! Smash! | Personal work
For Mount Sinai Medical Center Magazine
For The Los Angeles Times: "Stalking the D.C. Novel"; AD: Wes Bausmith |
3x3 Professional Show No. 8 - Merit
For St. Louis Magazine, "Deconstructing Cassilly"; AD: Sarah Norwood
For The New York Times Book Review: "Ladies and Gentlemen" by Adam Ross | AD: Nicholas Blechman
Fishin' | Personal work
Illustration for The Los Angeles Times: "Know Thy Neighbor"; AD: Wes Bausmith
A Sumo's Feast | Personal work
For AARP's bulletin feature, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! | The Case of the Bad Burial | AD: Eric Seidman
Illustration for SPIN | Feature article about mp3 players in prison
"My Daughter...?" | Personal work | 3x3 Professional Show No. 8 - Merit
For The Washington Post, "The Pirate Negotiator" | AD: Vicky Fogg
The Art Dealer | Personal work
The Palm River Catastrophe | Personal Work
Soccer Riot | A winner in 3x3's Student Show no. 7 | Selected for the St. Louis AIGA 15 Show | A winner in CMYK's 100 Top Creatives Contest (Judge: Penelope Dullaghan) | winner in Creative Quarterly 21
The Mustache Contest | Personal work
Duddy! | Personal Work
New Statesman magazine, "A Stormy Afternoon" | AD: Rebecca McClelland
American Express, decal for St. Louis storefronts | AD: Thomas Grillo
The Elk King | Personal Work
For AARP's Bulletin feature, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! | "The Case of the Misused Corpses" | AD: Cathy Kelley
For AARP's Bulletin feature, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! | "The Case of the Outspoken Elder" | AD: Cathy Kelley
Russia crumbles... | Spread from Rasputin (Then And Now)
Mysticism in Tsarist Russia | Page from Rasputin (Then And Now)
Stolypin, Rasputin's assassinated rival | Spread from Rasputin (Then And Now)
Poster for 'The Books', playing at The Gargoyle; April 2010
Visual Essay | "I felt underdressed in my college sweatshirt. Most people wear clothing identical to the players - the appropriate attire for this event." | A winner in CMYK's 100 Top New Creatives Contest (Judge: Penelope Dullaghan)
From a visual essay on the St. Louis Rams: "Football game, or Less Than Jake concert? Football is probably less dangerous."
Henry of Sound and Blood
From a visual essay on the St. Louis Rams: "We had the great fortune of sitting a row behind two insane Viking fans (twin brothers). Completely, utterly insane. Upon each touchdown they screamed with joy, despite the grumbling of the Rams fans sitting around them. It didn't matter that they were in enemy territory: they would turn around and face the crowd, yelling in their faces. "Thank god for the Rams, giving us so many easy wins!" They didn't shut up until the third quarter, after a nearby Rams fan compared the Super Bowl victories of the two teams (the Vikings have none, though if they ever do win one, I'm sure the world will never hear the end of it). "
Illustrations for storytrack.com
Scene from Alice in Wonderland, produced for JANDL
For AARP's Bulletin feature, Hear Ye! Hear Ye! | "The Case of Jesus at the Senior Center" | AD: Cathy Kelley
"The Performers", Personal work
Visual Essay | "McClement glides down the ice before he is smashed into the wall by the Coyote defense. These are the moments where grace disappears and the best parts of hockey surface. He loses the puck and the crowd groans."
Book of Illustrated Poems | "the bugs have something to prove:
they must assert to the world that,
no, they are not useless. and as we
swat and scratch and lament our
bug-ridden existence, we realize,
hey, this is a half-decent workout. "
Visual Essay | "On the sidelines, the players wait, eager to enter the fray. Because hockey is such a tiring sport, there are many substitutions. The players swap in and out frequently, jumping the wall and swarming out onto the ice."
Horace in the Big City
Room 1B | For the Illville Hotel project, where each illustrator is tasked with creating their vision of a hotel room.
St. Louis Riverfront - Park
St. Louis Riverfront - Eads Bridge and Casino Queen
St. Louis Riverfront - Eads Bridge and Parking Structure
St. Louis Riverfront - Show-Me's
Skateboarding Gramps | Personal work
Based on the soldier narratives
Galleria Mall, Cardinals Store
Matthew | Personal Work
New Orleans Jazz Funeral
Illustrated Book of Poems | "it is rush hour in kalleda.
the animals make their commute
home after a long day at work,
grazing in the fields, trying their
hardest to become part
of a good meal. the busdriver sits
frustrated because for animals
the sound of a horn means nothing."
Cliffjord Janssen - Lumberjack Extraordinaire | personal work