An illustration done for Uppercase Magazine’s Work/Life 3.
Artwork for an Egyptian collection of ceramics, home ware and jewelry.
A series of illustrations about unexpected places to use wallpaper.
A collection of matches from classic restaurants around New York.
Artwork inspired by playing cards and the regality of the 1920′s.
A still life collage made for Schoolhouse Electric.
Artwork for a Mother’s Day card.
A children’s book about the changing of the seasons.
An anniversary card depicting a couple’s bathroom vanity.
A small series painted for a car enthusiast’s blog.
Floral illustrations for paper goods.
Illustrations for an article about healthy food.
A series of paintings for a high-end Hotel.
A simple wedding invitation set for a couple in Chicago.
Illustrations for Google’s 2014 charity donations.
A save the date in the form of a 16 page booklet.
A series of paintings which alter the photos found in old books.
Illustrated covers for an article about classic books.
Flowers used for a ‘Thank You’ card.
Painted maps for the World Cup issue of Howler Magazine.
Spot illustrations showing how to apply self-tanner correctly.
Bottles for an infographic about which aromatherapy oils to use around the house.
Artwork for your dear old dad.
A simple and playful way to illustrate the separate syllables of a word.
A menu and invite for a Halloween event.
Printable Valentine’s cards made for DailyCandy.
An illustration done for a New Year’s Eve outfitting story.
Paintings done on the pages of old science books.
A small series of floral illustrations.
Design and illustration for a cocktail book containing 50 vintage recipes.
A festive paper-cutout that was used on Anthropologie’s website during Christmas time.
Artwork featuring a Parisian pampered poodle.
Fun and wacky illustrated photobooth props. Great for adding some humor to any occasion.
Pages from one of my sketchbooks.
A pocket planner inspired by fashion, fun, and living a carefree life.
A series of notebooks featuring the 12 signs of the zodiac.
A set of hand-painted wooden blocks.
An illustration accompanying an article about how to use different types of wedding budgets.
A self-promotional booklet where cute meets creepy.
A series of photos and illustrations about the John Muir Trail.
Illustrations for a sewing boutique in the upper east side.
What the shapes of some US states look like to me.
A series of illustrations for a fashion book.
Paintings for an article about the different styles of Japanese aprons.
A series of illustrations done for a cold weather promotion.
A type treatment done for a “Penmanship” themed gallery show in Philadelphia.
An set of illustrations that accompanied an article about the beauty of simple & everyday items–like snap fasteners and zippers.