For Green America, 2019.
The Mystery of our Family Tree
For The Atlantic article “My Three Grandfathers”, 2019. Art direction: Emily Jan. Article Link.
The Life We Built Together
For The Atlantic article “My Wife was dying and we didn’t tell our children”, 2019. Art direction: Emily Jan. Article Link.
For GUTS Magazine, 2018. Art Direction: Natalie Childs.
America's Prescription for Mental Illness
For In These Times book review of Insane. Art Direction: Rachel K Dooley
Where the Heart is #6: The Lack of Affordable Housing in Toronto
Despite the rising number of condos, 177,000 people are waitlisted for affordable housing.Mixed Media, 2016.
Where the Heart is #4: Right to the City
Everyone has a right to the city, urban life and resources.Mixed Media, 2017.
For Firewords Magazine.
Where the Heart is #1: Disappearing Neighbourhoods
Gentrification fractures low income neighbourhoods, pushing residents to the city’s margins. Mixed Media, 2017.
Where the Heart is #5: Government’s Response
The Government’s feeble response to neglected social housing. Mixed Media, 2016.
Where the Heart Is #8: The Instability of Housing
As Toronto Community Housing units close, and houses become more unaffordable, the image of home as a stable fixture disappears. Mixed Media, 2017.
Cover for an issue of The Strand. Art Direction: Sabrina Papas
Carbon Capture & Storage
For Briarpatch Magazine. Art Direction: Saima Desai.
Where the Heart Is #7: Housing Discrimination
People facing rental discrimination must navigate through additional obstacles. Mixed Media, 2017.
Taking Time for Self Care on Social Media
For Shameless Magazine. Art Direction: Sheila Sampath
That One Snowfall
For Popshot Magazine, 2019.
Neglected Wind Turbine
For Briarpatch Magazine, 2017. Art Direction: Tanya Andrusieczko
Insides Revealed #1: Conditions in Clothing Manufacturing
Mixed Media, 2016.
Where the Heart Is #2: Shelter from the Storm
Shelter for vulnerable citizens should be our priority. Mixed Media, 2016.
Where the Heart is #3: Internalizing Oppression
Poverty can lead to internalized feelings of stigma and dehumanization.Mixed Media, 2016.