Fashion Week. Need I say more? It seems strange and almost unnecessary to make art out of art, but it's also so irresistible. The drawings here are from runway photos found mostly on Vogue.com, and feature designs by the following fashion houses (in order of appearance): Christopher Kane, Gucci, Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Gucci, Emporio Armani, (a street snap from Seoul Fashion Week,) Paul Smith, Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs, and YSL.
2008 to present Pastel + charcoal
It was love at first touch, working with pastel: the way it kisses the paper and leaves behind layer on top of buttery layer, the rich colors, the way it refuses to be flat. Sadly, it's a very delicate (and messy!) medium, but there's something poetic in how easily an entire pastel drawing can be smeared into oblivion if you're not careful.
San Francisco Lunches
2015 to present Watercolor + pencil
The vibrant and ever-growing restaurant scene in San Francisco is one of my favorite things about living in this city. I wanted to pay homage to what I consider a hallmark of our food here: thoughtfully-plated dishes composed of fresh and seasonal ingredients.
2015 to present Watercolor
After years of resistance, I finally gave in one day and tried an oyster at Blue Ribbon Brooklyn. As you can see, it opened up a whole new world: one oyster became a family, which became a constellation, which got printed on fabric and will ultimately be made into something for my closet!
A Wrinkle in Time
One of my very favorite books since I read it in the third grade! I felt it deserved a better cover than the one I had on my shelf, though, so here's my version.