How a 145-pound golfer defied physics to become one of the game's longest drivers. The step-by-step sequence ran in The Wall Street Journal, and the GIF version above was created for WSJ.com web and mobile usage.
How to Train for a Triathlon
One of three illustrations for a triathlon feature for Men's Health.
James Harden's Secret Talent — Slowing Down
James Harden's world-class deceleration allowed him to lead the NBA in scoring. Here we break down his patent step-back jump shot, that utilizes this skill. The step-by-step sequence ran in The Wall Street Journal, and the GIF version above was created for WSJ.com web and mobile usage.
How Miguel Cabrera Breaks the Rules of Hitting
Cabrera's ever-changing batting stance ignores nearly everything but one moment during his swing – the body's position the moment before he makes contact with the ball.
The Most Clutch Shots in NBA History
This animated piece breaks down Kyrie Irving's 3-point shot in the 2016 NBA Finals, in Game 7. This shot swung his teams odds of winning the game, more than any other shot in the history of the league. Here's how he compares to the top five iconic shots in NBA history.
Throwing 100 Miles Per Hour
What a pitcher's body goes through when throwing a 100-miles-per-hour pitch.
The Most Stolen Move in NBA History
Breaking down Dirk's one-legged step-back jump shot, for a feature about how it became the NBA's most stolen move. All the kids are doing it.
World Cup Outliers
Short, tall, fast, young and old: How these athletes use their bodies and minds to best advantage.
Put Your Pants on Like a New York Met
Sean Gilmartin puts his pants on two legs at once. Here's how he does it.
Field & Stream
Wall Street Journal
Dark Markets — High-frequency Traders
This piece was part of an ongoing WSJ series on dark market trading showing how high-frequency traders step in front of orders by ordinary investors. We wanted to build the steps into a story board dark comic, creating characters out of both the high-frequency trade and ordinary trade. The narrative was a real challenge but gave readers a unique experience from our usual stock-trader infographics.
The Best and Worst Coach Seats on U.S. Airlines
Need a guide to booking the best airline for comfort? We built this piece scraping data from SeatGuru.com, to show where you get the best comfort for your buck when flying domestic economy.
Battlefield Advances — The Iraq War
New military technology used in the Iraq War.
Dark Markets — Shadow Trading
Another installment of Wall Street Journal's award-winning Dark Market series, illustrating how a company used a secret affiliate to pocket $32.2 million in illegal trading profits.
What Smartphone Size is Best for Your Hand?
The Length of your thumb and index finger mean some phones will be more comfortable to use. Readers can follow these steps to see how phones with small, medium and large screens fit their hands.
This piece highlights four new steak cuts now found in restaurants and grocery stores priced between premium steaks and inexpensive ground beef.
Silo of Survival
Adapted from the science fiction novel series, The Wool, by Hugh Howey.
The Science of Shopping Lines
Breaking down the way we shop.
Movie posters for the IMAX feature, Tornado Alley.
Farm to Table
The journey of milk from farm to consumer, for Pfizer.
Cracking Open the Alaskan Snow Crab
Everything you wanted to know about the alaskan snow crab, created for Red Lobster. This was for a lead-up to a restaurant-wide snow crab special, to educate customers about one of their most popular dishes.
Here's a few of my digital paintings from a large series for Tag Heuer. Artwork is hand-drawn in pencil then digitally painted in Adobe illustrator and layered for animation. The art looks hand drawn, but retains its vector quality so it can be scaled to use for everything from post cards to billboards.