Why DIY Democrats are the Future of Progressive Politics - OZY
Scientific Advancements and the Abortion Debate - Boston Globe Ideas
Are You My Mother? - Medium.com
The New Boomtowns - The Washington Post
Fighting for Immigrant Youth in Mexico - Lenny Letter
We Are the Wildcats
The Essential Guide to iBuyers - Inman News
How Young Is Too Young To Learn a New Language? - FT Weekend
By A Thread - UCONN Magazine
Turning Advertising into Altruism - WorkingNotWorking
I Was Terrified of Giving Birth - Medium.com
How To Connect at Family Gatherings - TED
Changed By #MeToo - NBC News
Your CV As Your Product
A Right to the City - Life & Letters Magazine
Why Summer Jobs Don't Pay Off Anymore - NPR
Why Children Aren't Behaving
Overrated: Our Capacity to Impact Policy - The Psychologist
The Power of Reflection - Leaves Magazine
Unfit to Be President - The Atlantic
The Problem with Putting Your Name on a Restaurant - Eater
Why My Open Office Feels... Walled Off - Philadelphia Magazine
Using Product Betas to Shape Product Marketing - Intercom
The Risks and Benefits of Medication During Pregnancy
Suddenly Single - TheGirlfriend.com
Outgrown Your Food Allergy? - NPR
Stephen King's IT
Young Children's Sense of Self
Salespeople as Consultants - Intercom
How Cancers Evolve Drug Resistance - The Scientist
Reclaiming the Truth - The Psychologist
Why Empathy is Overrated - TEDx
Crafting Effective Subject Lines - Intercom
Maybe Babies - NPR
A Good Dentist is Hard to Find - NPR
The Good Bad Guy - The Writer's Chronicle
Finding Quality Childcare - NPR
The Time of Year for Doctors? - Athenahealth
Why DIY Democrats are the Future of Progressive Politics - OZYEditorial illustration and GIF for OZY about DIY Democrats like Beto O’Rourke, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Lucy McBath, Sharice Davids, and Karen Horn and their impact on progressive politics.
Scientific Advancements and the Abortion Debate - Boston Globe IdeasCover illustration for the Boston Globe - Ideas section about the scientific advancements in the field of abortion but the lack of change in the abortion debate.
Are You My Mother? - Medium.comEditorial illustration for a collection on Motherhood at Medium.com.
The New Boomtowns - The Washington PostEditorial illustration and animated GIF for The Washington Post for a story about people leaving large cities like NYC or San Francisco in favor of secondary cities like Nashville or Sacramento.
Fighting for Immigrant Youth in Mexico - Lenny LetterEditorial illustration about Maggie Loredo and other women who are fighting for deported and immigrant youth in Mexico.
We Are the WildcatsCover illustration for a young adult book cover.
The Essential Guide to iBuyers - Inman NewsEditorial illustration for Inman News about about the fast growing world of real estate tech and how realtors can navigate this changing environment.
JinxedCover illustration for a young adult book about a multi-racial girl who goes on an adventure in coding.
How Young Is Too Young To Learn a New Language? - FT WeekendOne of 3 editorial illustration for FT Weekend on how and when to start teaching toddlers a second language.
Little ApocolypseCover illustration for middle grade novel about two friends who hunt down monsters their parents can see.
Going Off-ScriptCover illustration for a young adult novel about a lesbian girl who interns at a television studio.
Little ApocolypseCover illustration for middle grade novel about monsters only children can see.
By A Thread - UCONN MagazineEditorial illustrations for UCONN Magazine about Khmer Rouge survivors and the lasting health effects they continue to deal with today.
Turning Advertising into Altruism - WorkingNotWorkingEditorial illustration for WorkingNotWorking Magazine about Tiffany Appleton and Kirstin Roquemore, the creators of Freelanthropist, a way to use their advertising work to fuel philanthropy.
I Was Terrified of Giving Birth - Medium.comEditorial illustration for a collection on Motherhood at Medium.com.
How To Connect at Family Gatherings - TEDEditorial illustration for the TED Ideas blog about how to better connect at family gatherings, taken from Priya Parker’s The Art of Gathering.
Changed By #MeToo - NBC NewsIllustrations for an NBC News special opinion piece on how people have changed their workplace behavior after the #metoo movement.
Your CV As Your ProductEditorial illustration for an unpublished story about looking at your CV as a product you are selling.
A Right to the City - Life & Letters MagazineEditorial illustration for Life & Letters about the gentrification of Austin, TX.
Why Summer Jobs Don't Pay Off Anymore - NPREditorial illustration for NPR asking the question, "do summer jobs still pay off?"
Why Children Aren't BehavingEditorial illustration for NPR for an interview with author Katherine R. Lewis about why children aren’t behaving and what we can do about it.
Overrated: Our Capacity to Impact Policy - The PsychologistCover illustration for The Psychologist about the overrated capacity of psychologists to have real impact on public policy.
The Power of Reflection - Leaves MagazineEditorial illustration for Lasell College’s Leaves Magazine about diversity in teaching.
Unfit to Be President - The AtlanticEditorial illustration for The Atlantic about President Trump's lack of interest in a healthy lifestyle.
The Problem with Putting Your Name on a Restaurant - EaterEditorial illustration for Eater about the battle for naming rights among chefs and their business partners.
Why My Open Office Feels... Walled Off - Philadelphia MagazineEditorial illustration for Philadelphia magazine about the issues women often have with open office plans.
Using Product Betas to Shape Product Marketing - IntercomEditorial illustration for Intercom.io about using product betas to shape their product marketing.
The Risks and Benefits of Medication During PregnancyEditorial illustration about the risks and benefits related to autism of certain medications - most often for asthma or depression - during pregnancy.
Suddenly Single - TheGirlfriend.comEditorial illustration for the AARP publication, The Girlfriend about friendship after divorce.
Outgrown Your Food Allergy? - NPREditorial illustration for NPR's The Salt about a test that can determine whether someone has outgrown a food allergy.
Stephen King's ITPromotional illustration for the original text of Stephen King's IT.
The ReunionPersonal Illustration.
Young Children's Sense of SelfEditorial illustration for a story about young children and how early their sense of self - and sense of discouragement - begins to develop.
Lead HeadAlternate editorial illustration about lead paint in Rhode Island.
Salespeople as Consultants - IntercomEditorial illustration for Intercom about why salespeople should act as consultants.
How Cancers Evolve Drug Resistance - The ScientistSeries of editorial illustrations for The Scientist about the ways in which cancers evolve drug resistance and how it can be predicted.
Reclaiming the Truth - The PsychologistTwo editorial illustrations for an article in The Psychologist about fake news and conspiracy theories in the media and how to combat them. The Psychologist is published by The British Psychological Society.
Why Empathy is Overrated - TEDxEditorial illustration for the TED Ideas Blog for a story by Paul Bloom on empathy.
The SkateboarderPersonal illustration.
Crafting Effective Subject Lines - IntercomEditorial illustration for the Intercom.io blog about what everyone ought to know about subject lines.
Maybe Babies - NPREditorial illustration for NPR about the struggle some couples go through when deciding what to do with leftover embryos after successful IVF.
A Good Dentist is Hard to Find - NPREditorial illustration for NPR about access to dental care for the rural poor in the US.
The Good Bad Guy - The Writer's ChronicleEditorial illustration for The Writer's Chronicle about how to write a good, dimensional "bad guy."
Finding Quality Childcare - NPREditorial illustration for NPR about barriers to finding quality childcare and the different ways people assess that quality.
The Time of Year for Doctors? - AthenahealthEditorial illustration for Athenahealth about why many doctor's offices are more crowded near the end of the year.
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