Two Years Ago

I woke up today in my NYC apartment, thinking about where we were two years ago – at the beginning of the Covid pandemic, quarantining inside, and feeling grateful for a bowl of fresh fruit in the morning. So grateful still to all of those people who put themselves on the line during those dark […]

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AOC at Travers Park

One of the things I love about Jackson Heights, my NYC neighborhood, is that there is always something happening. Sunday morning we heard some kind of commotion at the park down the street from our building, and walked over to discover a mini-rally encouraging residents to volunteer as door knockers and flyer distributors for various […]

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Illustration West 60

I am so pleased and honored that this holiday illustration I created for The Newbury hotel in Boston has been accepted to Illustration West 60, the juried annual exhibition of the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. It’s wonderful to be in a group with so many talented illustrators. In contrast with last year’s holiday […]

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Contessa

I recently had the chance to re-visit the beautiful Newbury Hotel in Boston, as they invited me to create their holiday illustration for 2021. While there, I spent some time in their fabulous new rooftop restaurant, Contessa. How nice it was to sit in the beautiful space, watching the beautiful people coming in for a […]

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Colombian Flower Festival

Jackson Heights, Queens, is home to a large Colombian population, so it only makes sense that we have our own Desfile de Silleteros (Flower Grower’s Parade) here in the neighborhood. Tonight at Travers Park the winning flower displays were standing, ready to be admired by the diverse residents of the most diverse neighborhood in the […]

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