Not everything needs to be captured “live.” Some work happens asynchronously, or is based on synthesizing large data sets offline, or just needs more time than a single event. Here are some sample projects completed in studio recently.
This illustration was drawn by hand using markers on 36″ x 48″ multi-media paper. The concept was to represent the 5 aspects of creating community for Chill.org ‘s Compassionate Sacramento initiatives. The people represent the rich diversity of Sacramento and inspire all community members to see themselves represented in the various scenes.
In 2021, North Valley Community Foundation hired me to synthesize the data from 13 different focus groups into a cohesive graphic that captured the responses of teens on the topic of suicide prevention. The community was still traumatized from fires and a pandemic when they recognized and addressed the growing mental health crisis for their teens. The images generated from this graphic found their way into a youth summit.
This illustration is part of a series of three images created for workbook covers for Sohl Resolutions International for a series of trainings to boost consciousness while resolving potential conflict.
Sometimes we need to stand out from the pack and a visual resume (in addition to the detailed text document) is just the solution needed. This illustration for Laura Hansen shows her connection to the city she works to enliven.