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  • Walk on Earth a Stranger

    In Work on

    Here’s a new cover I created for Greenwillow Books/HarperCollins Publishers for Walk on Earth a Stranger by Rae Carson! It’s a cool story set during the Gold Rush about a teenager with the magical ability to sense gold. From Goodreads:

    Lee Westfall has a secret. She can sense the presence of gold in the world around her. Veins deep beneath the earth, pebbles in the river, nuggets dug up from the forest floor. The buzz of gold means warmth and life and home‚ÄĒuntil everything is ripped away by a man who wants to control her. Left with nothing, Lee disguises herself as a boy and takes to the trail across the country. Gold was discovered in California, and where else could such a magical girl find herself, find safety?

    Walk on Earth a Stranger comes out September 22, 2015!

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  • Connect the Stars

    In Work on

    Here’s a new cover I illustrated for HarperCollins for the book Connect the Stars! We looked at doing a similar treatment to Marisa de los Santos and David Teague’s other novel, Saving Lucas Biggs, which I also illustrated. Connect the Stars comes out in September.

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  • Illustrated E.R. Frank Covers for Atheneum Books

    In Work on

    I recently had the opportunity to illustrate¬†a series of covers for E.R. Frank’s books at Atheneum. I¬†think they look pretty spiffy all together!

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  • Finding Neverland Redux

    In Work on

    After publication, the producer decided to revisit the poster I did for Finding Neverland. Here’s the new, updated version! More details on the show¬†here!

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  • All-Out Yard War

    In Work on

    Here’s a killed cover I did for Penguin Random House. I think the final book was retitled simply “Yard War” and they ran a photo instead.

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  • Virgin Mobile Christmas Advertising

    In Work on

    Happy post-holidays to everyone! Here’s a piece I did for Juniper Park’s Virgin Mobile’s Christmas campaign! The banner also ran separately from the crest and was put on the different marketing slogans that ran over photos.

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