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Movin' On...
Just a little note to say that my account is up on Drawger and I've decided to move my blog to my own site. So come by and see me there. It's been great to be here and I Iove all the Drawgers in this place. The talent, depth of experience and goodwill has taught me a lot, and I...
Nautilus Magazine: Boundaries
The Boundaries issue launches today, so I thought I'd show you the work I did this time around for art director Len Small. Always really excited to work for Nautilus - the content is so diverse!
David Bowie
Entertaining myself this morning by turning an old painting of Tilda Swinton into David Bowie.
Secondary Gains
O Magazine, working for Design Director, Jill Armus. "If you’re getting secondary benefits from repetitive, frustrating problems of your own, you too might be unaware of secondary gains motivating you at a subconscious level. All you know is that the same damn thing keeps going...
UCLA Magazine: The Final Frontier
"We have always pondered the mysteries of the mind. But for the most part, the brain’s secrets have been beyond our grasp. But now, for the first time, we are beginning to unlock those mysteries. And the implications for all of us are extraordinary."  UCLA...
Middlebury Magazine: We Cannot Afford to Walk Away
I had a nice opportunity to work with Pamela Fogg at Middlebury magazine, with a great editorial by activist and educator Dena Simmons. Found it particularly inspiring as I am an educator myself, was a kid that left home early (16 yrs. old), and have had kids in crisis situations in...
Fall, again!
Don't cry darlings, it's Friday... And anyhow, this was for Michael Hogue at the Dallas Morning News, in a special foldout section about breast cancer and survivor stories. I've got a mixed bag of things for you here, see below.
Warm Ups and Distractions
Lately I've been starting my day with a quick twenty-minute painting. I do this mainly because it can take me a couple of hours or more, settling in to work for the day. That's a pitfall of my freelance life and of my personality I suppose. The computer/interwebs are also a large part...
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