Worked on an illustration to accompany the New Time’s cover story about the SLO County’s sheriff’s plan to create a new special operations unit. Is this a Frankenstein monster in the making?
You can read more about the article, written by Matt Fountain, here.
My initial sketch for the piece:
Final image is done on 14.5” x 18.5” wc paper with watercolors and pastels.
“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.”
It’s been a long time since I saw a movie that made me want to do fanart.
7” x 10”
I chose not to include the name of the author for obvious reasons. I think it works better leaving this anonymous as the story it shares can be told by anyone.
This is the first book I’ve saddle-stitched and the experience of putting it together is rather sadomasochistic. Much like the class itself, but that’s a conversation for later.
This book is made from an interview I had with a courageous individual. I wish her well in her endeavors and hopes she continues the work she’s doing.
There was a page that is not included which had links one can go to learn more information. You can see them at:
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Practicing with AfterEffects by taking a short story I did about the homeless last semester and turning it into a video.
I’m not going to lie, I was apprehensive about posting this as it may offend a lot of people, but here it is anyways. Click on the image above to read the entire story.
Unforgiven’s Sword is a visual essay done in my graduate program in the Spring 2010 semester.
It examines the unintentional effect caused by Jessica’s Law, which prohibits paroled sex offenders from living within 2000 ft of schools, libraries, parks, and areas where children congregate. Since 2006, when Jessica’s Law was passed, the state of California has seen a rising number of transient sex offenders.
This visual essay is constructed from interviews I’ve had with people in law enforcement who monitor parolees, as well as a convicted sex offender.