Editorial illustration for the TED Ideas Blog for a story by Paul Bloom on empathy.
Editorial illustration and GIF for Intercom.io about finding meaningful metrics for your business or product.
Editorial illustration and animation about eating to recover your microbiome after taking antibiotics.
Personal illustration inspired a moment at the Omaha airport.
Editorial illustration for NPR about barriers to finding quality childcare and the different ways people assess that quality.
Editorial illustration for Intercom.io about using sketch research to understand your user's mental models.
Editorial illustration for NPR about the struggle some couples go through when deciding what to do with leftover embryos after successful IVF.
Editorial illustration about the risks and benefits related to autism of certain medications - most often for asthma or depression - during pregnancy.
Editorial illustration for Athenahealth about why many doctor's offices are more crowded near the end of the year.
Editorial illustration for NPR asking the question, "do summer jobs still pay off?"
A series of editorial illustrations for a story on WBEZ Chicago's Heat of the Moment project that explores why climate change is still such a low priority in everyday lives.
Editorial illustration for Athenahealth about the differences in out of pocket costs that exist between men and women over their lifetimes.
Personal illustration created for the Tall Tales exhibition at The Lion's Nest gallery for the 2016 ICON conference in Austin, TX.
Editorial illustration for NPR about access to dental care for the rural poor in the US.
Editorial illustration about why primary care physicians are so overworked, in part, because patients with simpler issues are going to Minute Clinics more and more.
Editorial illustration for Athenahealth about rethinking the well visit.
Editorial illustration for Intercom.io about strategies for onboarding new users.
Editorial illustration for The Boston Globe about a woman finding her first house.
Editorial illustration about children who leave their autism diagnoses behind.
Editorial illustration for an article about a "missing generation" of adults who were incorrectly diagnosed with a variety of disorders as children when they should have been diagnosed as autistic. Many of these adults are now living new lives with their proper diagnosis.
Cover illustration for the March/April 2016 issue of The Writer's Chronicle for an article about writing characters that aren't simply likable, but magnetic.
Editorial illustration for The Writer's Chronicle about how to write a good, dimensional "bad guy."