Paducah Life Magazine

Paducah Life Magazine

Starting in April I participated in the worldwide #the100dayproject and learned to do repeat pattern designs and basically made one a day for 100 days. Posting them on Instagram every day as I was designing them got me some good attention and resulted in this beautiful article in Paducah Life Magazine. View a PDF of the entire...
I worked on something really cool over the weekend

I worked on something really cool over the weekend

I worked on something really cool over the weekend and kept my big mouth shut while I waited to see if it would actually be published… .. The super-cool Rebecca Alexander is Kickstarting a much-needed app/website called AllGo: “a review site where fat people rate the comfort and accessibility of places so others can know what it’s like.” .. After learning about the project from Your Fat Friend, I made a small donation to the project and emailed Rebecca and let her know that I’d love to help her out in some way. She asked me to draw a few of her high-profile supporters for an article in @popsugar and I was happy to comply! So here, for your viewing pleasure, is my illustration of @roxanegay74, @bitchesgottaeat, @themilitantbaker and @andimjulie. Click the link in my bio to see the full article with my illustration on POPSUGAR! And support the campaign in...
Maker’s Magazine

Maker’s Magazine

Hey friends, I’m thrilled to announce that I have some work in the new issue of this gorgeous art magazine, @makersmovement! Each issue has a single theme and when I saw the call for the “Women” issue, I obviously had to submit! Now to attempt to wait patiently for my copies to arrive in the...
The Heroine’s Journey

The Heroine’s Journey

Thank you to Peter de Kuster for inviting me to contribute to his website, The Heroine’s Journey, where he invites creative people to share stories about their passions. In answering some of these questions about people I admire, who my heroes are, I discovered some commonalities that I hadn’t thought of before. Strong women who forge their own ways and create richly layered images or lyrics or prose which tell complex stories that you can’t quite understand. Either literally using women’s bodies layered with other imagery or singing or writing about women’s experiences and emotions using very descriptive phrasing that doesn’t quite tell the whole story. Lots of things to think about when I’m in the studio! Link to the interview is in my...