Reimagining 200 of Audubon’s Birds, 2019

Artist Jenny Kendler creates a birds’ eye view of climate change. In her artwork, it’s us they’re watching. 

Client: Artist and Activist Jenny Kendler / Description: This was a print and digital based project for Chicago based environmental artist and activist, Jenny Kendler. I assisted with the digital pre-production image editing and manipulation of over 200 John James Audubon original “Birds of America” watercolors. The final illustration Bird Watching was featured in the “Illustrated Aviary” column published in the Fall 2019 issue of the National Audubon Society Magazine and website. Skills / Photoshop.

Abundance From the Home Land, 2009
Process color silkscreen print, 15″ x22′, Edition of 10

This limited edition print was made in the Summer of  2009 and hand printed by my good friend Forest Graham at his Santa Fe, New Mexico studio.

Backyard Prism Trampoline, 2009, Digital print

Backyard Prism Trampoline, 2009
Digital print. This series of drawings was made from collecting  and manipulating found images overlaid with digitally rendered forms.

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