Family eating out at a restaurant with hibachi grill, chef throws shrimp into little boy's mouth. + Enlarge
Hibachi Grilled Shrimp 2019 Gouache, paper collage, Adobe Photoshop
Happy Origami Day, drawn origami letters + Enlarge
Happy Origami Day 2020 Graphite, Adobe Photoshop
Live and Learn (Hanging on the edge of tomorrow),  snippet from the theme of Sonic Adventure 2, song lyrics by Crush 40 + Enlarge
Live and Learn (Hanging On The Edge Of Tomorrow) 2020 Adobe Photoshop
Anton Schwarzkopf character turnaround + Enlarge
Anton Schwarzkopf 2019 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop
Werner Stengel character turnaround + Enlarge
Werner Stengel 2019 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop
Hello (from Use Your Words) + Enlarge
Hello (from Use Your Words) 2019 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, mixed media collage, Adobe Photoshop 10" x 16" (for 8" x 10" book)
I am drowning. There is no sign of Land. From song "No Children" by The Mountain Goats. + Enlarge
No Children (I Am Drowning. There Is No Sign of Land) 2020 Inkwash, gouache, colored pencil, Posca paint pen, Adobe Photoshop 11" x 17"
Use Your Words by Alex Moseley, cover for wordless picture book + Enlarge
Use Your Words 2019 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop 8" x 10"
A New Revolution first book spread, introduces story + Enlarge
Present Day Magic Mountain (from A New Revolution) 2020 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop
A New Revolution book spread, shows the main characters designing a vertical loop for a rollercoaster + Enlarge
Creating The Vertical Loop (from A New Revolution) 2019 Gouache, graphite, colored pencil, Adobe Photoshop

I'm a 22-year-old illustrator from Northern Virginia with a focus in book arts, surface design, hand lettering, and (as of late) GIF making. Throughout my time at MICA, I’ve never been one to stick to one particular style or medium. Instead, I’ve adapted and expanded upon my skillset to keep my work fresh and exciting.

My thesis project, A New Revolution combines my interests in history and roller coasters by telling the story of the first modern vertical loop on a coaster and the two engineers who made it a reality. There are so many fascinating stories about the history of roller coasters and theme parks as a whole and I was disappointed to find the topic largely untouched in the realm of nonfiction children’s picture book. So, my goal with this project is to remedy that problem and to hopefully get more kids interested in the topic.