Some recently completed editorial work in my "Boston Style". I really enjoy working this way, it's generally more conceptual.
These were done for Mount Holyoke Quarterly. The original assignment was for one full page, but they liked both sketches so commissioned a second one as well. The article was about the recent trend of "downshifting" one's career in order to enjoy life more. Notice the signatures - my first ever, in preparation for Orphan Works.
Digital Native / Spreading the Word
These were done for Ronn Campisi, for a magazine done by Intel. Another nice break, they originally commissioned three illustrations but bought all five submitted sketches.
Communal Security / eSupport
Another for Ronn, a cover for Vantage magazine. The subject being data leakage.
These were done for ESPN Magazine. As sometimes happens, they didn't choose my preferred piece, but here are the sketches. The article was about the fan's favorite players, as voted in by readers.
This was a feature for Runner's World, about training for the Olympics being done in Boston. They wanted elements of both Boston and Beijing.
Competing with Industry Giants / Shared searching / Combined Access
These were for the always excellent Mary Beth Cadwell at Storage magazine, for a section. I'm glad I got to draw a spork!
This was done for a feature for a lumber industry magazine! About CFOs of lumberyards.
Sorry about the meat and potatoes post, I'm kind of exhausted!