Poster celebrating the 2012 London Olympics.
The U.S. President's autonomous powers regarding drone missile "kills" is called into question by members of congress. Illustration selected for American Illustration 32 annual book to be published November, 2013.
How private is your virtual life?
Thousands of people aboard a Carnival Cruise ship are cast adrift in the Gulf of Mexico with no power or plumbing. The ship is eventually towed to the U.S. mainland.
Islamaphobia being taught in American schools?
New York Times, Upshot editorial by Neil Irwin
What, if anything, will the new Republican congress accomplish in the next year and a half.
Pope Francis has a Twitter account and knows how to use it.
Retro poster depicting San Fernando Valley circa 1979.
Retro style poster depicting the capital of reality television and home of the Kardashians, Calabasas, CA.
Editorial illustration regarding housing mortgage crisis.
Late Night Talk Show Hosts opt for the golden years.
The American "blue state" vs. "red state" mind set flirts with racism.
Addressing the Church of Scientology's controversial tax status as a non-profit religious organization.
Illustration about the Catholic Church molestation scandal. Published in the American Illustration 32 Annual.
The many faces of Johnny Depp.
Johnny Depp's new film "Transcendence".
Wikileaks exposes the breadth of NSA spying on American citizens.
Editorial "travel poster" illustrating the less visible work force of Beverly Hills, CA.
An homage to the City of Hoboken's very own.
Editorial Illustration depicting voter I.D. Controversy.
Growing health concerns plague e-cigarette manufacturers.
2012 U.S. Olympic uniforms designed by Ralph Lauren and made in China set off a firestorm of controversy.
The Tea Party gains steam.
"Travel poster" celebrating lesser known Studio City, a central part of the Hollywood film community.
Governor Chris Christie and the George Washington Bridge Scandal.
Poster homage to the latest installment of the "American Horror Story" television "mini-series".
Netflix introduces the phenomena of "binge watching" - viewing multiple TV episodes in a single sitting.