Narrative Art: spot and full-page illustrations

  • Beasley’s London Adventure 
    (in process book)
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    My Senior Thesis: The story is about a dog who gets lost in London, and goes on an adventure to find her owner. This original story was based on my own traveling experience. I used watercolor, ink, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign to craft the book. 

  • The printed book is a spiral-bound paperback. The center gray line indicates where the page turns and where the spiral binding is (in the physical printed book). 

    Below are a few book spreads (side by side split by gray lines).
  • For example, this is how I wanted the illustrations to be, side by side, when a reader opens to page 14 and 15. 

  • "ANXIETY BOOK" ILLUSTRATIONS
  • A personal project: “Anxiety book” aimed for eight to ten-year-old age group. I based this concept and illustrations on my experience with anxiety. 

  • SPOT ILLUSTRATIONS FOR "SHINE EVERYDAY" PROTOTYPE BOOK
    by L. Greg Smith, Chuck Berger, and Leslie “Hook” Greene

  • Spot Illustrations for "Shine Everyday" prototype book
    by L. Greg Smith, Chuck Berger, and Leslie “Hook” Greene

  • Fantasy Book Illustrations
  • "JUMP SCARE" 
    personal art

  • "Remembering the Ladies: : From Patriots in Petticoats to Presidential Candidates"

    Illustration for an educational coloring book by Carol Simon Levin

  • PENGUIN RANDOM HOUSE DOCTOR WHO:
    100 ILLUSTRATED ADVENTURES BOOK 

    My artwork was selected and published 
    in BBC Doctor Who book.
  • "It All Started With A Chickadee" 
    book illustrations
    Short story by Dan Meyer