Rainy Day in Havana

The title of this post says it all…it was a rainy day in Havana. But really, that is only the beginning of what one could say about Havana. A most unusual place, seemingly cut out of another time, with so many extremes and hundreds of sensations. I loved the place and it’s people. Havana sits […]

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Queens United

The new congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has been busy making headlines since her inauguration this January. If you look closely in this drawing I made in Jackson Heights last spring, at a rally against family separations at the southern border, you’ll see her holding the banner. She was out there marching with the organizations, Queens Neighborhoods […]

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Brian Collins

For the past two years, I’ve had the pleasure of documenting the group from the University of Kentucky, led by Professor Ryan Hargrove, as they embark on their “Creative Study Tour” of NYC. This year one of the hosts of the group of students was Brian Collins, a designer, creative director, and educator; and the […]

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So-Cal

Last weekend I was lucky enough to find myself teaching a workshop and giving a lecture on reportage at the Sketchkon, hosted by Sketchbook Skool, and taking place in sunny Pasadena, California. What a great group of people, and a fun experience. Managed to get over to Venice Beach for one afternoon with friends Margo, […]

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