In the past, I've worked as a book cover designer for Write Bloody Publishing, America's largest independent poetry publishing house, an in-house designer, and developer for NPR’s Austin affiliates KUT and KUTX, and the sole graphic designer for Gap Online Baby and Gap Maternity. Currently, I work as an editorial illustrator for online publications in New York city
But I wasn't always a designer, in the past, I've also worked as an interactive producer and developer for great companies like PUNY Entertainment, Allen Interactions, and Carlson Marketing Worldwide. These experiences have been invaluable to me as a designer who works with a diverse portfolio of clients every day. I prioritize clear and extensive communication and managing expectations with everyone that I work with.
In my spare time, you can catch me running the Williamsburg Bridge, reading in Prospect Park, and performing sketch and improvisational comedy at the Upright Citizen Brigade in NYC.
Editorial Illustrator for online publication dedicated to exploring the complexity of modern work culture. Check out my Illustrations below.
Primary web designer for Gap Baby and Gap Maternity.
I work with new and established artist to create unique, personal, eye catching, wallet opening book covers.
Design brand identities for all on air programming. Develop infographics, audio players, and micro-sites for news programs. Design UX for translating audio into visual experiences.
A small town postal worker knows more than the young woman at her counter, including what they share; a Chinese American boy draws on fantasy ponies to outmaneuver menace; and an outsider artist teaches an urban lover the benefits of a fish’s perspective. In these stories – sexy, funny, tragic, cosmic -- Holly Morse unfurls the rainbow range of her narrative and stylistic talents. While the st... read more
Nick is a lonely introvert with a deep, dark secret. His jock physique, curly locks, and steely blue eyes only cover so much of the hideous truth that he keeps hidden from everyone around him. His seemingly normal outward appearance provides him the ability to blend in effortlessly with the rest of the beautiful people of South Harbor, a bustling seaside metropolis where warm sand and water bo... read more
Hieu Nguyen's bruising collection of poems, This Way to the Sugar, puts a blade and a microscope to nostalgia, tradition, race, apology, and sexuality, in order to find beauty in a flawed world. His work has been described as "an astounding testament to the power and necessity of confession." This powerful book asks whether it might be better "to leave the blade inside the body," whether "forg... read more
Sometimes you have to run away to find what you're looking for. Maddie Lambert is a rising pop star struggling with fame. Tess Copeland is a country girl trying to save a family tradition.Sparks fly when their worlds collide, but can they overcome their doubts to discover what really matters? If you like hot summer nights and first kisses that give you goose bumps, you'll love this first book ... read more
We Will be Shelter, edited by poet and activist Andrea Gibson, is an anthology of contemporary poems that addresses issues of social justice. Unique to this anthology is its focus on creating positive social change through gorgeous, gusty poetry. Alongside and embedded in featured poems are concrete ways to address social and political issues raised. The goal of We Will be Shelter is to raise ... read more
The Heart of a Comet is a collection of poems and short stories offering the tale of Comet, who fell from the sky unto an unfamiliar plane of existence. On his quest to return home, he has many life-altering encounters with people and places that completely change his perspective of what it means to love and to live. Through this series of truths, the lines between dreams and reality so often ... read more
In her debut poetry collection, Ordinary Cruelty, Amber Flame spells out rituals in everyday decisions to hold on or let go. While questioning the role of elder, mentor, mother in the face of losing those figures, Flame details the unrelenting nature of parenthood through the cycles of grief. Her poems exuberantly rejoice in the brown skin of the female body, while soberly acknowledging the so... read more
Jeanann Verlee’s second book, Said the Manic to the Muse, takes a deeper, more focused look at the erratic, whimsical, ominous, and sometimes perilous ways manic depression functions. Introduced through the careful prophecy of three archetypes: Medea, Jezebel, and Kali―each a woman largely misrepresented and wholly misunderstood―these poems detail the story of one woman’s struggle to maintain ... read more
This is Megan Falley's second book.
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