Feature about the emergence of complex, quality television that was started and inspired by ‘The Sopranos’.
Cover story, examining Hillary Clinton's history with Labor Unions.
Series of 18 illustrations for a book about Lynda Blackmon's experience participating in the historic civil rIghts march from Montgomery to Selma, Alabama. Winner of 2016 Sibert Book Medal, Kirkus Best Books of 2015, Booklist Editors' Choice 2015, BCCB Blue Ribbon 2015 and the 2016 Jane Addams Children's Book Award for Older Readers.
Cover story about the impact of digital devices on children's development in a world of everywhere WIFI, game consoles, smartphones, tablets and an endless array of ancillary digital assistance.
Cover story and expose on Mary Kay Cosmetics.
Snowboard designs for the worlds leading board maker, including Cruzer, Fish, and Snowdeck lines.
Series for exhibition, exploring the icon of the Cowboy in American Culture.
24"x18", india ink on paper.
Story about the two very distinctive personalities we've seen of Bill Cosby in the media - The affable, super-father of The Cosby Show in the 80's and the black culture critic & accused date rapist of today.
18"x24", india ink on paper.
CD cover for ASCAP's "Make Some Noise!" benefit, to rasie awareness for 360.org and global climate change.
Illustration to accompany the movie review of the Metallica documentary, "Some Kind Of Monster".
For a back page feature portraying the fictional Bar Mitzvah of Jesus Christ.
Series of illustrations for a story about life in Japanese Internment Camps during WWII.
Series of illustrations for a Home Section cover piece about wild holiday mishaps by creative people who get a bit too ambitious during the holidays.
"Casey At The Bat", for permanent exhibition.
Two comic book adaptations for the DVD release of the ultra-violent feature film, RUNNING SCARED (note: explicit language).
Portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr.
For a story about the pervasiveness of sexual harassment that occurs everyday in American High Schools.
18"x24", India Ink on Paper.
Illustrations for a seasonal point-of-purchase promotion for Miller Lite.
Portrait of blues legend Muddy Waters.
20"x21", india ink.
Series of illustrations for a feature about childhood mental disorders.
24" x 18, Mixed Media.
For an article about the 20 year anniversary of "Last Exit To Brooklyn".
Piece to accompany an interview with the mothers of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious BIG discussing their regrets surrounding the East/West conflict that led to their son's death.
For a piece about the rampant heavy drinking that occurred regularly during early US wars, in the barracks and on the battlefield - even amongst our forefathers.
For a story about Wayne Williams, who was incarcerated in 1972, and his continued struggle for an appeal.
For an article about the Folk Alliance, whose mission is to help promote the best traveling troubadours from around the country.
One of a series of illustrations about Dick Hymen, legendary composer and pianist.
For a story about a man who, no matter how old or mature he becomes, always feels like a little boy when he's out on the golf course with his Pop.
For an article questioning the relevance and validity of aging rockstars.
2'x3', Mixed Media.
Series for an article about adopted children and some of the awkward everyday moments they experience in school, like when they're asked to draw their family tree.
For a piece about a particular region of Memphis often visited by the legendary Ray Charles.