Rupert and the Fox
Impatient Mergirl, 2018, Digital illustration using Photoshop
Holiday Card for the Sun Coast Media Group
Mark Twain’s The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County
Toast and Hummus
Bitchalot Series, 2018, Computer graphics.
A series inspired by my boss at the Sun Coast Media Group. How would you feel getting your annual cookies from disgruntled ad designers next year instead of some chipper Girl Scouts? I am in the process of getting these turned in to pins and stickers.
Animal in Bed
A Series of Prints: Fancy Fennecs. • One Fish, Two Fish, Dead Fish, Blue Fish • Calphabet • Bitchalots, 2018. Computer graphics.
A playful set of print designs using Adobe Illustrator.
Hope and the Librarian: Avalanche
Hope and The Librarian: Avalanche, 2014. Mixed Media.
This is part of the larger installation for my BFA thesis that can be found under the "BFA Thesis" option of the menu . The sequence of events depicted is the cornerstone of Hope and The Librarian's story.
This specific event is actually the cornerstone of the entire Hope and The Librarian Project. This initially started as a conversation between my friend and I one summer; I was complaining to my friend about how I always get my hopes up even while trying not to, as though I'm scolding my hope like a misbehaving teenager and sending her to her room, just to have her climb out the window, not realizing she has gotten out until she goes and falls from a tree or something--getting my hopes crushed. My friend durning this conversation used another similar way of describing herself, telling me she felt like her brain didn't process her negative thoughts and feelings correctly, so that when something bad happens, all the bad things that have been misplaced come out at the same time--as though when one bad thing happens, everything else she has ever felt poorly about comes up as well, overwhelming her. This picture is the depiction of that--in the first panel The Librarian is hiding the negative memories, in the second panel Libby is coming across them, and in the third panel Libby is being overwhelmed by the negative emotions all stored in one place.