"Book jacket design for a biography that charts Márquez's life leading up to the publication of his classic, One Hundred Years of Solitude." Jo Whaley, photographer; David Baldeosingh Rotstein, art director; Palgrave-Macmillan, client.
"Book jacket design for a multi-faceted portrait of the art and life of Levi: memoirist, scientist, fiction writer and poet." Andrew Sovjani, photographer; David Baldeosingh Rotstein, art director; Palgrave-Macmillan, client.
"Book cover design for a novel about the consumption of a city and the disintegration of a family that did not know how to love." Michael Storrings, art director; St. Martin's Griffin, client.
"Book cover design for the first of three novels in a young adult paranormal series." Rekha Garton, photographer; Michael Storrings, art director; St. Martin's Griffin, client.
"Book cover design for a collection of witty and inspirational essays on writing and poetry by a renown American poet." Stephen Wilkes, photographer; Albert Tang, art director; W. W. Norton, client.
"Book jacket design for a sociological examination of the sexual lives of young people in America." Brady McNamara, art director; Oxford University Press, client.
"Book cover design for a novel about a young wife and mother who struggles to understand her own discontent with a seemingly ideal existence." Marcel Christ, photographer; John Gall, art director; Vintage, client.
"Book jacket design for a business management book about leadership and management success." Archie Ferguson/Jarrod Taylor, art directors; HarperCollins, client.
Duration: St. Martin's Press, November 2007 to present; Rodrigo Corral Design, August 2006 to November 2007.
Staff: Part of a team of seventeen full-time creative voices.
Education: BFA, communication design, Parsons The New School for Design, New York; BA, religious studies, University of Rochester, New York.
Cultural Influences: Popular culture, be it daily headlines, politics, music, literature, television, movies, fashion, art, design, typography, the Internet. Second-hand objects and printed ephemera. And travels, both daily commutes within New York and if-I’m-lucky-enough-jaunts abroad.
Environment: A cozy corner cubicle on the fourth floor of the historic Flatiron Building.
Philosophy: Work hard at something you love.