Swimming at Drake’s Beach in West Marin. Watercolor on 300lb watercolor paper, 9”x12”.
Tam View #1
Part of a series I’m working on. 9”x12” watercolor.
Moon and Hills
Based on a photo of the super moon over California hills. 9”x12” watercolor.
From inktober. Ink on paper, 5”x10”.
An ink drawing of my brother’s cat, Blossom. 7”x9” ink on watercolor paper.
Another day of attempting inktober. Ink on paper, 5”x10”.
One of many nearly abandoned military buildings in the Marin Headlands. 9”x12” watercolor.
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford
A small ink painting of Dr. Blasey Ford that I did for the few days I participated in inktober. 4”x7” ink on watercolor paper.
"Get Out" Fan Art
This fan art for the 2016 film Get Out is the highlight of my artistic career thus-far.
After sharing it on instagram, this illustration of a scene from the film was then shared by the director, Jordan Peele, on his personal account. I was contacted by Universal Studios, who asked to add it to a commemorative book for the film. At a promotional event for the book, Allison Williams, the actress in the scene this illustration is based on, saw the print and asked to own it. Universal Studios ended up buying a print from me to gift to her, and she reached out to me personally to thank me. It all ended up being the most flattering and mind-boggling thing that's happened to me.
"This is America" Fan Art
36 Days of Type Alphabet
This is a handmade alphabet (which ended up only being the 26 letters of the alphabet) for the “36 days of type” challenge on Instagram. I made these letters from decorative paper, photographed them and filled them out as 3D objects in Photoshop and Illustrator. I didn’t find out about the challenge until the fourth day, so hopefully next year I’ll come in with more thought-out work. Still, this was a fun exercise in committing to a project.
I was asked to paint murals at the San Francisco Democratic office for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign. These were my initial mural portrait ideas.
Finished Hillary Clinton Mural
This is still visible at the soon-to-be-demolished HQ building on the corner of Van Ness and O’Farrell in San Francisco.
I’m holding a brush, but it was really the interns who painted this one.
Pride City Mural
Another mural for the Hillary Clinton offices, done on a 20’ wall. The original was done in photoshop as different layers for every color, then projected onto the wall we were painting on. The interns and I painted this one together.