Below are some examples of my vector-based and/or scientific illustration work, with accompanying descriptions of each project.
In graduate school, I was an intern at the Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont. While there, I helped to install two exhibitions: “Beguiled by the Wild: The Art of Charley Harper,” and “Cartoonists’ Take on Charley Harper: Graphic Work from The Center for Cartoon Studies.” The below images are printed “flip cards” I designed for a children’s activity, based on abstractions found in Harper’s artwork.
The content of this video was later adapted into an educational slideshow format, as shown below.
This version could also be printed and distributed, making it ideal for classroom use.
Below are images from “My Friend Salt,” a picture book I illustrated for the New England Coastal Wildlife Alliance (NECWA).
Below are images from “Phoenix: The Ford Pinto Story,” a true-to-life account of the Pinto’s development.
Comics were a perfect way to show the many technical aspects of the car, such as fuel-tank reinforcements and the metal baffle
that was eventually installed as part of the safety recall effort.