A series of illustrations depicting lessons that I learned from my thesis studies. These studies were on the relationships between how we experience and remember our Routines, Conversations, and the moments which we are Mindful.
Illustration Titles from Top to Bottom:
1. Mapping Experiences vs Mapping Memories
2. My Hedonic Treadmill
3. The Values of Meaningful Conversations
4. Finding Joy in the Present
This piece was created for a coffee cup wrap-around. The illustration expresses coffee's power to shake out the demons, and bring you back from an existential coma.
Media: Digital painting printed with Risograph printer
A spot illustration done as a mock assignment for the Nautilus article, "When Neurology Becomes Theology." The illustration depicts how the search behind the source of internal consciousness within us has lead towards looking beyond science to religious reasoning.
Media: Digital painting
From top to bottom:
1) Wedding gift for my brother and sister-in-law. Their dog Bailey loves to play in the water. (2017)
2) “Portrait of Girl with Sailboats” (2018)
This postcard was designed and illustrated for a couple getting married in Hawai'i. The bride had grown up racing Hawaiian Canoes and the groom has always had a love for classic cars, so I chose to include symbolism for both within the illustrations. Their cat and dog also play a role as characters on the back side of the postcard. The announcements were mailed to the rest of their families from Maui, Hawai'i.
A poster designed and illustrated as part of a class assignment for the non-profit organization, Make It Right. This organization builds sustainable buildings and homes for communities across the United States that have been hit hard by natural disasters or have financial needs.
Specs: 18"X24" Digitally Painted
A fun, self driven project creating fantastical scenes that evoke the excitement of traveling and discovery with your best friend.
Specs: 4"X6" Digitally Illustrated
I created a loop animation as a part of an editorial class assignment. This article is about how the addition of exercise with brain games may help improve our memory as we age.
Intrigued? Read the full article here.