A set of gift tags given to Anthropologie customers during the 2011 holiday season. Carolyn Keer, art director; Tanya Underwood, writer.
"A gloomy phrase I took from an Oscar the Grouch song." Personal.
My submission for a penmanship-themed gallery show.
A set of alphabets that reinterpret the shape of traditional letterforms.
A set of illustrations for an article about everyday things like zippers and snap fasteners. Selvedge Magazine, client.
"A series of illustrated outfits depicting what I wore on a particular day." Personal.
"A festive paper-cutout that was used on Anthropologie's website during Christmas 2009." Laura Twilley, art director.
"These are what the shapes of some US states look like to me."
Duration: I’ve been freelancing for less than a year and have been working professionally for almost three.
Staff: Just me.
Education: Tyler School of Art.
Cultural Influences: My grandma’s basement (a real treasure trove of vintage odds-and-ends), Al Jarnow’s short films, fashion and things I see while looking out the window.
Environment: A modest desk in my bedroom.
Philosophy: It changes everyday.