Draw Every Day

I carry sketchbooks, pencils, pens, watercolor kits everywhere. I use them daily, generating hundreds of drawings each year. Most are in sketchbooks using traditional drawing tools (pencils, paints, collage, charcoal, conte, etc.) or as digital files.

When I draw digitally, I prefer to draw with vector tools, a wacom tablet, and occasionally on an iPadPro with Adobe products and drawing tools like Procreate.

concerned look on drawing of man's face
Walter Shobchack - hand-drawn character from the Big Lebowski
emma gonzalez enough
portrait of woman's face who has green eyes and an orange, bowl-like hat covering her head. long brown hair flows to the sides.
drawing of radiantly smiling woman looking over her shoulder
hand-drawn woman smiling
drawn in meeting to market hats
drawing of woman with hand on hips
Srini in all-hands meeting
Buster Posey - Prismacolor - Moleskine Sketchbook
Tupac Fridays - contour sketch - 2019
drawing of woman with bowler hat
ilhan omar sketch
fashionista doodle with handbag and bangle
Daenerys Targaryen sketch
sketch of woman looking over shoulder
pencil drawing of woman with beachy hair
drawing of woman in wedding dress and roses
womens march 2018 drawing - news
 doodle of curly hair character smiling

About Drawing

Sketch styles vary but the overall respond to the tone, message, and tools used to create the images. I don't think any one style can fit every story or assignment, so I work in a style that will best suit the subject matter, the context, or mood of whatever it is I'm illustrating, always aware of the page or project's overall aesthetic.

I’m open to new opportunities.

If you're looking to connect, let’s grab a coffee and chat!

crosswalk shot across from the sfmoma with painting that reads think outside the building.