I’m so excited to share that the Metro newspaper is running an article about my portraits in today’s paper!! It’s only in the NY metro today, but you might find it in Boston and Philly next week!!
This is the first time I’ve seen my name in print, and it feels AMAZING! You can read the article here, and if you’re in NYC you can pick up a free copy and find me on page 27 🙂
Before you go, here’s a nice little shot of the article, and a picture of me showing it off (taken by my coworker)
I’m not sure if you’re familiar with Discover Paper… but you should be. It’s a fantastic blog that features all things paper. From fabulous paper creations to products to tutorials and everything in between! I have been reading Discover Paper for quite sometime and I finally got up the courage to email them my work. I’m so glad I did!! You should go take a look around the site and check out my little feature 🙂
I’m happy to announce that my work is currently being shown at Brooklyn Collective! If you’re in Brooklyn, or near Brooklyn, or heard of brooklyn, you should go see it! There are some really spectacular other artists being shows as well, so you don’t just have to look at my stuff!
Here’s a little peak at what you’ll find!
Sorry I’m been so absent on the blog recently! I’m getting ready for a show at Brooklyn Collective and I need to finish a lot of pieces (and move apartments) but June 1st!
I wanted to include an example of a family portrait in my gallery show, and I thought what better family to use then my own!
Take a look…
Not yet framed or photographed well… but I was just too excited not to share!
The next in my series of classic illustrations is based on an illustration by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry for his book Le Petit Prince. As you may have figured out by now, Le Petit Prince is one of my favorite books and holds a great deal of my heart.
Draw Me a Sheep!
I’ve just completed the first piece in my series of classic children’s illustrations! Based of an wood engraving by Sir John Tenniel for Lewis Caroll’s Alice in Wonderland.
I’m excited to present… the making, final product, and world debut of…
You’re nothing but a pack of cards!
Check out more pictures here and the original Sir John Tenniel illustration here