Market Tote

Each year the Coffee Creek Farmer’s Market features the work of a different artist on their market tote bag. In 2020 I created this image to promote the market and feature not just fresh food and flowers, but some of the wildflowers and birds in the preserve adjacent to the market.

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Going Green

For the Spring 2022 issue, Edible Reno-Tahoe approached me about creating an illustration that encompassed ideas around sustainability in agriculture, eating, and fine dining. I created a cover illustration and half page interior using these elements.

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Native Roots Farm

Watercolor and ink illustration of a goat, chicken, flowers, and farm produce

Native Roots Farm, a small, organic, family-run farm in Northwest Indiana, approached me about creating a branding illustration for them to use at farmers markets and on their soap labels. They wanted to feature Tilly, their favorite goat, along with some of the beautiful flowers they grow at the farm.

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Shrimp Pad Thai

I originally illustrated this recipe for a call for recipes using peanuts and peanut butter, and later reworked it for a They Draw and Cook feature magazine called “The Best Thing I Ever Ate” and created a repeat pattern from the bamboo background. Pad thai brings together so many wonderful flavors and textures, and is one of my favorite eats. And, I had a blast painting this shrimp!

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Pico de Gallo

Illustrated recipe for fresh pico de gallo, published in “Get Spicy! 30 HOT Recipes Illustrated by Artists from Around the World,” available on Amazon

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The Morning After

Editorial illustration for an “The Morning After,” an article on natural hangover cures for Edible Reno Magazine, November 2020

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How To Read A Whiskey Label

Illustrated 2-page spread showing the different terms and industry language used on whiskey labels, for Edible Reno-Tahoe’s 2022 Drinks Edition.

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