I love working with my client collaborators on a variety of illustration and design assignments! Here are some of my favorites.
Conservation Law Foundation
I worked with the CLF Communications Team on graphics for their 2023 "Four Season of the MBTA" campaign. I created one illustration for each of the four seasons to illustrate the climate-related issues that become acute for greater Boston's public transit system throughout the year. Paired with text, these illustrations will exist on the web and on social media to raise awareness of the increasing resiliency challenges the MBTA faces as seasonal weather patterns are exacerbated by climate change.
Brookline Chamber of Commerce
In 2021 and 2022 I worked with the Brookline Chamber to design and illustrate their local directory website, DiscoverBrookline.com, from the bottom up. My work for the Chamber also includes promotional designs and illustrations for events like the First Light Ceremony and roadside banners ahead of the US Open in Brookline.
Boston illustration for Puzz
I worked with Puzz on a Boston-themed jigsaw puzzle for their Hometown series. This puzzle will be in stores and available directly from Puzz later in 2023!
Charles River Regional Chamber
In 2022 I worked with the Charles River Regional Chamber to create this map and logo for their promotional campaign "A Trip Up the Charles." This project was funded by the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism in partnership with the City of Newton, City of Watertown, Town of Needham and Town of Wellesley. The illustration was deployed as a flagship image online, in social media posts, and incorporated into mailers.
This one of my favorite types of projects – I love making custom maps that celebrate place and community!
Rising Stars Magazine
In 2020 I worked with StarChefs on the Boston issue of Rising Stars Magazine, including a cover illustration and a map illustration featuring the winners of the Rising Stars restaurant and chef awards.
"Be The Change" Installation Map
I worked with the Jewish Arts Collaborative to create an illustrated map of the temporary public art installation "Be the Change," on view in the Fenway neighborhood during the summer of 2022. This map, which illustrated the six outdoor sculptures as well as other local landmarks, was deployed on the project website as well as promotion on social media, and used as a wayfinding map for installation visitors.