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The Lioness Project: Rigoberta Menchú

The Lioness Project: Rigoberta Menchú

I’ve decided to start a weekly drawing project here—something fun, something challenging that requires a bit of research, something inspiring and even maybe positive at a time when the only news seems to be bad news. With all of the terrible legislation coming out of…

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“The Time Has Come,” the Walrus Said

“The Time Has Come,” the Walrus Said

It’s been nearly a year since I graduated with my MFA from SVA, and I’m spinning the Wheel of Fortune yet again. Since August, I’ve been working as a full-time freelance book cover designer at Simon & Schuster, and have during this time also been fortunate to continue…

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2016 Wrap-Up

2016 Wrap-Up

This year has been such a journey, it seems impossible that it could have contained as much as it has.  Twelve months ago I was still working on my thesis at SVA, and it had only just settled into its true shape.  Since then, the…

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3×3 Student Show #13 Honorable Mentions!

3×3 Student Show #13 Honorable Mentions!

What a marvelous surprise! Three pieces from my thesis project, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, have received honorable mentions in the 3×3 Student Show #13!  Thank you, Charles Hively, Show Chair James Yang and all of the judges for including me, and Marcos Chin…

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