Saltwater Sportsman gave me the opportunity to illustrate their entire February 2019 issue. Their team was amazing to work with, and I’m honored to have been a part of it! The full tally came to six features and roughly 50 individual illustrations, including the cover. There is a good mix of splashy editorial spreads paired with informational step-by-step work. Thank you again Saltwater Sportsman for the amazing opportunity and trust. Here are a few pages:
This infographic/data visualization stretched across a spread in a Wall Street Journal feature ranking the largest airports in the U.S. from best to worst. We analyzed data from a variety of categories, including security-line wait times, Wi-Fi speed, average Yelp scores for restaurants, average fares, Uber cost to the local convention center and on-time reliability to find these rankings.
We also compiled data from an extensive survey of WSJ readers whose input on overall experience, ease of use, security, restaurants, shopping, airline clubs, bathroom cleanliness, electric charging outlets and other categories was graded and scored.
Denver Airport won best overall in the rankings, so I made their airport the hero of this spread, and set up a narrative where they are compared to other airports ranked in various, interesting categories. I also included reader survey information by creating scorecards of reader grades, and showcasing their best traveler tips.
I broke these graphics up into mobile-friendly AI2HTML graphics, and made a few social cards for sharing on Twitter and Facebook.
Bonus: I included a GIF of my process, showing my progression from concept sketch to completion.
Full image of webpage includes photo editing, data visualization, illustration and responsive design
Two different spreads for separate issues of Field & Stream on the state of deer hunting in the U.S.
He wasn't the first NBA player to use the ‘Eurostep,’ but San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili was the one who helped usher the exotic move into the mainstream. Here's a breakdown of how the Eurostep works.
These explainer graphics breaking down two high-profile cases of illegal trading. We took on a dark comic look to these, creating characters that represent companies involved in each act.