A reflection of the 2000′s dot-com bubble | Ted Talks
While the 2000′s dot-com bubble effected many in tech, it also had lasting effects on the economy and everyday people.
Art Direction: Sacha Vega
Open Enrollment | Washington Post
I worked on a series of illustrations about open enrollment in the health care market.
• Making good medicare choices
• What makes signing up for the ACA different today
* Navigating health insurance is tough
Art Direction: Ellen Collier
What Trump lost when he won | NY Times Op-Ed
By voting in line with Trump, Republicans have seen how their voting record impacted them during the midterm election. This is my first piece for the NY Times Op-Ed.
Art Direction: John Custer
Racial Profiling and Fare Evasion | The Indypendent
This is for an article on how if you are caught hopping a subway turnstile in New York City, you are four times more likely to be arrested for it if you are a black person than if you are a white person.
Art Direction: Frank Reynoso
Doggo to the rescue | Johns Hopkins Health Review
Dogs are more likely to “come to your rescue” when they hear you in emotional distressed state (crying) than humming a song.
Art Direction: Pam Li
The Traveling Cat Chronicles book review | TIME Magazine
This is for a book review of Hiro Arikawa’s winsome and bittersweet novel The Traveling Cat Chronicles. It’s a story told from the cat’s perspective and more so, it's about the love that humans and cats share and what they can teach us about love and sorrow.
Art Direction: Jennifer Prandato