When I was small, I always liked finding new places to hide. I was pretty good at hide-and-seek actually since nobody thought of checking the tight wedges between couches or inside closets. And I can still fit under the bed I had since I was five (should really get rid of that thing).
Designed and printed sea party themed program for brother and sister-in-law's beach wedding.
Animation for the podcast, "I Never Planned on Being a Leprechaun" about Jess Buzzutto, the renowned "Leprechaun of Yonkers"
From StoryCorps: "I saw this guy with a hat. It was a green felt hat. And I looked at it and I said, ‘I want that’. And then one day I grew my beard and my moustache and all of sudden behind me I keep hearing, “leprechaun, leprechaun” and I started to enjoy it. So I started to emphasize the leprechaunishness. Now as I go down the street, I get, “Top of the morning to ya. Where’s your pot of gold? Hey Mr. Leprechaun, give me some luck.” And as I tell people that ask me if I’m a real leprechaun, ‘I’m the realest leprechaun you’re ever going to see in your life, man.’"
Personal project creating figures out of abstract shapes
Acrylic and ink on 2"x2" canvas
Game cards created as part of sister-in-law's bridal shower. Patterns illustrate theme/content of each activity.
Disclaimer: Photographed origami card holder is not an original design and not owned by me. Created by David Donahue and Kunihiko Kasahara
He dreamed quietly.
She emerged suddenly, as growing girls often do.
Sinking and thinking, always.
Full page from an original picture book dummy, Georgie.
Full dummy available upon request.
I have a tendency to over-pack for journeys.
Children have the right to get and share information, as long as the information is not damaging to them or others. In exercising the right to freedom of expression, children have the responsibility to also respect the rights, freedoms and reputations of others. The freedom of expression includes the right to share information in any way they choose, including by talking, drawing or writing.
Spread from original picture book, "Pebble."