Based on an article in Thriving Family magazine by Daniel Huerta with Jim Ware on knowing when and how to find professional help for blended family circumstances.
This illustration accompanied an article by Julie Holmquist in Thriving Family magazine discussing issued of faith and doubt. Art Director: Cary Bates.
This piece was commissioned by Cary Bates over at Thriving Family Magazine. Dr. Greg Smalley recollects his experience growing up into the spiritual leader within his family and how his father's footsteps proved to be misleading.
The concept for this illustration stemmed from one of my roughs for a piece I completed earlier this year titled 'Why Work Pt. 2' for Deeply Rooted. Needless to say it was not selected and with good reason. I feel this speaks more to the challenges of overcoming gadget addiction in an age when staring at a screen 8 hours a day is the norm.
This piece was inspired by Eliza Griswold's NYT Magazine piece "Is this the end of Christianity in the Middle East?" which captures the personal stories of Christian refugees who have be relocated from their homes by the terrorist group ISIS.
Inspired by Psalm 119:105, I created this illustration for print. I recently framed it as a way of saying thank you to the person who assisted my wife and I in the seminary application process.
The Challenge of Change was written by Patty Myers for Thriving Family Magazine. In the article, Patty discusses how she faces the unique challenges of raising an autistic child.
Inspired by an article in Relevant Magazine. This piece addresses issues of how having faith doesn't mean you have answers for every question.
This illustration is paired with Part 2 of Why Work, an article featured in Deeply Rooted Magazine which emphasizes the idolization of work in contrast to a Christ-centered life.
This illustration accompanies the short story 'I See You Never' by Ray Bradbury where he depicts the heart-shattering impact laws and policies have on real people with real emotions.
This illustration was inspired by an early 2015 National Geographic article by Iain Douglas-Hamilton on the Kenyan Government taking initiatives against illegal poaching within country.
This piece illustrates the misinformation and nationalism within Russian media outlets. Inspired by Peter Pomerantsev's article for Politico Magazine.
This illustration is a response to the massive response by artists around the world to the terrorist attacks in France earlier this year.
Based on Ray Bradbury's 'In a Season of Calm Weather'. In this scene, the main character George has a surreal, mythical, and enchanting encounter with Picasso.
Inspired by the short story 'How We Met' by Bruce Holland Rogers. This illustration depicts a tale of romance, chance, and the impact of smoking on our lives.
Inspired Nick Collins' story in The Telegraph which touches on issues of health, smoking, and methods for quitting.