Illustration for the essay, "Water, Water Everywhere", by Kristiane Huntsberger.
For a while I thought my fear was limited to the ocean, where water depth was unknowable. Unknowable things had become frightening. But why then my fear also of glittering, astringent swimming pools? The trepidation wasn’t the pounding of the surf or temperature of the water, either. It was the feeling of suspension in that airless space between the water’s surface and the theoretical ground that was unsettling. Between ground and surface, the world was a slower, heavier place where even simple movements were protracted and everything was unpredictable. There was no control in that space.
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How to make your health insurance contributions work for you.
Being fearless in the work place.
Story about using the internet to boost your health.
Meditation to grow a healthy heart.
This illustration is based on a man named, Jean-Albert Dadas. He was diagnosed with Dromamania, which is an uncontrollable psychological urge to wander. I first learned about his story from an old New York Times Book Review on a book titled,"The Man Who Walked Away", by Maud Casey. Dadas would suddenly set out on foot and reach cities as far away as Prague, Vienna and Moscow with no memory of his travels.
Celebrating black history month.
This story appeared in Relapse Magazine's Art Issue. The fashion director gave me the opportunity to produce my own imagined fashion feature. The magazine gave me complete control allowing me to story board and art direct the photo-shoot.
Photography by Tyler Mitchell. Make up by Suzana Hallili. Model: Mila At MC2.
Illustrations done for the Mall At Millenia holiday catalog.
Photography by Tom Corbett
Hair by Bradley Irion
Make up by Brian Duprey
Wardrobe by Mindy Saad
Manicure by Titlayo Bankole
At the beginning of the year I visited some friends for a New Year's party. When I arrived, they informed me that we were playing a live action version of Clue and they requested that I draw the character cards. So, I sat down for few hours and got to work.