A sneak-peak of my cover for the Penguin Random House edition of “The Book That Made Me“.
“Just as authors create books, books create authors — and these essays by thirty-one writers for young people offer a fascinating glimpse at the books that inspired them the most”
My piece for a great article in ANZ Bank’s Bluenotes about how women’s place in the workplace can be changed for the better.
For L.A. Affairs at the Los Angeles Times. An article by Suzanne Travis chronicling her romantic adventures as a nurse and stand-up comic, and of finding love on a Valentine’s Day bike ride!
Wishing everyone the best of things for 2017 and hoping we all have the chance to step into an exotic adventure or two.
For Cassandra King’s article in Coastal Living Magazine, reflecting on picknicking on the sand, riding the waves, and coming of age in a magical Florida beach town.
I was asked to illustrate two portraits of inspirational women for the book Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls. This is Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, b. 1922, the Cuban drummer who dared to drum when it was taboo for a girl to do so. She joined Cuba’s first ever all-girl dance band at the age of 10 and went on to become a world famous musician.
And the extraordinary Cholita Climbers of Bolivia. These women, wearing their tradition ‘cholita’ skirts, have scaled five peaks in Bolivia’s Cordillera Real range. All are higher than 6,000 meters above sea level.
You can take a look at my featured Q&A with ballpitmag – the instagram curators and collaborators.
Welcome to the adventures of computer dating for senior citizens. My illustration for an enlightening article in Los Angeles Times.
An illustration for Baylour Scott & White, about the work being done to extinguish the stigma of mental health conditions among firefighters.