I saw a lot of people on the subways during my stay in NYC and this is a sketch of a man who I remember vividly. On the J train to Brooklyn this man got on at the Essex/Delancey stop (I think). He had very long brown dreds and was wearing tattered clothing and was on his phone for most of the trip-not sure if he was homeless or not. He had a chain leash for his black pitbull which looked either very tired or very sad during the train ride and rested their head on a black bag the man was carrying. He got off at the same stop I had to get off at and that was the last I saw of him. The sad eyes of his pitbull are still very vivid in my memory.


Here’s some bits of a wedding gift I made for my lovely friend and her lovely husband! I have a combination of photos and scans for this project. 

An accordion fold book made entirely by hand and painted with Winsor & Newton watercolor on Arches watercolor paper. Bound together with YES paste between chip board.

The story is the epic (true) tale of how Katie and Matt found love and helped their red-tufted-tailed squirrel friend Jerry conquer the evil Goblin Kingdom as well! ;)

Katie and Matt on the web! Congratulations to the newlyweds! :)