Girls and Chess- Can a girl be “girly” and still play Chess with all the boys? Turns out, yes, yes she can. for The Globe and Mail

Girls and Chess- Can a girl be “girly” and still play Chess with all the boys? Turns out, yes, yes she can. for The Globe and Mail

History of Charlotte part 4- The new train line boosts the economy and morale of the townspeople, a huge cause for celebration.

History of Charlotte part 4- The new train line boosts the economy and morale of the townspeople, a huge cause for celebration.

Part 3 in the 12 part series on The History of Charlotte for Charlotte Magazine. This “Chapter” focuses on the Gold Rush in North Carolina.

New full-page and spot illustrations for Johns Hopkins Gazette. The story is about Professors and all of their interesting Summer travel plans. New full-page and spot illustrations for Johns Hopkins Gazette. The story is about Professors and all of their interesting Summer travel plans. New full-page and spot illustrations for Johns Hopkins Gazette. The story is about Professors and all of their interesting Summer travel plans.

New full-page and spot illustrations for Johns Hopkins Gazette. The story is about Professors and all of their interesting Summer travel plans.

The beauty and rich experiences of living in off-campus housing. In the current issue of The Pennsylvania Gazette

"Conjugating the Verb to Die" - an elderly woman finds herself needing emergency surgery in a hospital in Mexico and has a surprisingly pleasant experience. In last weeks Globe and Mail

"Conjugating the Verb to Die" - an elderly woman finds herself needing emergency surgery in a hospital in Mexico and has a surprisingly pleasant experience. In last weeks Globe and Mail

PLAY - the “Phenomenon” section opener for the Smithsonian magazine- which focuses on articles involving the act of PLAY through a variety of avenues.

These funny spots were in last weeks Wall Street Journal accompanied by a story about the office blabbermouths on the telephone. There are a few stereotypical characters that we are all familiar with: The Blunderer (talks loudly at inappropriate times) The Narcissist (always yapping about themselves) The Nervous Wreck, The Patient, The Storyteller and the True Confessor (blabbing about personal, often embarrassing stories).

These little guys were in last weeks Boston Globe. They accompanied a story about technology changing the face of Healthcare. These little guys were in last weeks Boston Globe. They accompanied a story about technology changing the face of Healthcare. These little guys were in last weeks Boston Globe. They accompanied a story about technology changing the face of Healthcare.

These little guys were in last weeks Boston Globe. They accompanied a story about technology changing the face of Healthcare.

Ethnic Targeting through the land telephone line- in last weeks Globe and Mail

This is a thing… people text and shop on their phones IN THEIR SLEEP. The end is nigh.

For Johns Hopkins magazine

The second installment in a 12 part series for Charlotte magazine.

In the 1780’s British General Charles Cornwallis and crew storm through Mecklenberg County looking for food and planning a take over. While chasing chickens, a group kicks over a bee’s nest and the swarm appears. The confused and embarrassed British soon flee the area. Stayed tuned for illo #3

Hearing Loops- AV Technology magazine

An interesting new technology for the hard-of-hearing that works with a hearing-aid or Cochlear implants… from the article

"a hearing loop (also known as an induction loop) consists of a current amplifier connected to a copper wire looped around a room. Audio is run through the amp and inducted onto the wire, creating a magnetic field that is then inductively coupled to a coil, called a telecoil or t-coil, in a listener’s hearing aid or Cochlear implant. What makes loops unique among ALS’s, and so popular in the hard-of-hearing community, is that they communicate directly with an individual’s own hearing aids or Cochlear implants."

Hearing loops deliver custom-equalized audio directly to listeners’ ears.

Here is the first illustration in a 12 part series for Charlotte Magazine. The series is about the History of Charlotte, NC. This first illustration depicts the fight amongst the Scots-Irish Settlers in Mecklenberg County and the British landowners who owned the deeds. You wouldn’t know from this description, but this was a lot of fun to draw!

"Writing the Holocaust" - The Globe and Mail

Goldie Morgentaler, daughter of the abortion activist Henry Morgentaler, remembers her mother Chava Rosenfarb. Chava spent her life recounting and documenting the Holocaust as she experienced it and her life in Poland.

"Writing the Holocaust" - The Globe and Mail

Goldie Morgentaler, daughter of the abortion activist Henry Morgentaler, remembers her mother Chava Rosenfarb. Chava spent her life recounting and documenting the Holocaust as she experienced it and her life in Poland.