I worked on a series of instagram advertisements for Audible, for their project called “Stories that surround you.” Audible ran a contest asking their followers to write in where their Audible books transport them. A few winners were then selected to have their portraits and stories illustrated by myself and a few other illustrators. I illustrated the Young Adult and Mystery categories. Each illustration process is recorded and posted along with the final on instagram. They even posted a short interview on YouTube.
Art direction and Production by First Born NYC
A portrait of Beck Rustic, a prolific show promoter who brings together new and eclectic bands in New England, MA.
How to deal with neighborly annoyances.
A mother struggles to support her daughter emotionally and physically as she undergoes cancer treatment.
Is it possible to comfortably have a small gym set up in a studio apartment?
Boston Comic Con from a celebrities point of view.... ie: Stan Lee.
How Baseball rivalry created tension in the writers marriage.
I had the pleasure of working on a set of Nick Hornby book covers for McSweeney's.
Cover variant for the 2015 New Visual Artist 15 under 30 issue.
For an essay about Chris Pratt and all of the geeky reboots he is apart of. Shown is the online and print version.
What eating soup for five days taught me about living in extreme poverty.
I collaborated with the folks at USB Memory Direct on a set of USB business cards to show case illustrators using their product. These USB cards will make for being a real game changer for a lot of companies that use it.
For an essay about 5 parks you should visit in New York City before they are under water.
For an essay about unknowingly Tinder dating a women whose taking a break from being with their boyfriend.
For an essay about learning about "the birds and the bee's" from a friend when school or parents won't teach you.
For an essay about how genealogy is much more complicated than we imagined it would of been.
Exiting the internet stone age.
A mothers open letter to her son's reckless driving.
Solidarity through cultural appreciation.
I worked on a series of portraits for the PopTech Conference 2014. As each speaker walked out on stage, their portrait would be projected on the screen behind them with their name.
The people drawn in order: Caledonia Curry, Anil Dash, Erin McKean, Dan Barasch, Ayah Bdeir, Parker J. Palmer, Krista Tippett, Alec Ross, Helen Fisher, Vincent Horn, Hunter Lee Soik, Stanley A. McChrystal and John Maeda.
The portraits you see here are the original portraits drawn for the conference. However, the studio decided to use the sketches inverted onto the screen. Click here to see the full set.
Anti-Vaxxers in Disneyland
The Death of Voice Mail.
I illustrated seven non-traditional tarot cards for the Portlandia Activity Book, published by McSweeney's.
Mutually destructive relationships.
There are movies that have come out in the last 15 years have been less memorable/quotable than movies made prior to that. This is an unpublished illustration commissioned for the NY Times Style section.
The rise of Agri-Hoods in Vermont.
I illustrated a portrait of John Maloof, Vivian Maier’s discoverer, for Julia Rothmans, The Who, the What and the When: 65 Artists Illustrate the Secret Accomplices of History.
Gentrification in Columbus is making it difficult to find parking anywhere.
Websites devoted to making the internet a more positive place
A woman ends up in a hospital due to a motor cycle accident which makes her partner feel uneasy about riding their bike.
The United States is the only country that sells domain names and internationalists are not happy about it.
A selection of artwork I made for records and show posters.
Finacial savings and following your dreams
Cariad Harmon - "Like You"
I created a series of paintings for Cariad Harmon's official music video for the song "Like You."
Music by Cariad Harmon
Directed by Austin Pulliam
Produced by Edward Greenberg + The Wild Honeypie
Cinematography by Minu Park
Executive produced by Jon Lurie, Eric Weiner
Edited by Edward Greenburg
Set director by Katya Stepanova
Color by Edward Greenberg
Advertisers are narrowing their focus to niche groups. Apologies to René Magritte.
Research shows that Beer is the reason agriculture and settlements have been developed.
An illustrated and hand lettered 18"x24" poster for a collective project.
Changes in regulations are now making saving accounts more attractive.
For an essay about Andrew S. Geer and Lysley Tenorio who talked about food and ate together across the country over the internet in an interview.
Teachers salaries in Dallas are based on performance and not tenure.
Why I love Philadelphia series.
Late night hike.
A new sales tax that'll help research funding.
A visual essay of thoughts from my early twenties.
Who are you without a job?
I did an illustration for the National Public Radio 2013 calendar. All funding from these calendars goes toward supporting various local member stations.
Here is a skateboard deck I worked on for a macabre themed skateboard show at Light Grey Art Lab. My deck is inspired by the 1979 movie, The Warriors.