Over the past year I had the rewarding opportunity to illustrate my first ever books with Disney and Random House! The team at Disney Publishing feels like a big family. Working with them has been amazing. These books have also allowed me to experiment with various styles which I'm grateful for.

Alice: A Matter of Time is a collaboration between myself, Olga Mosqueda, Jeff Thomas, and Rich Tuzon. Sue DiCicco did the layouts for Berry's Sweet Surprise and I did the paints!

You can find these at larger bookstores or on Amazon:



A Madeline animated movie?

I wish for an animated Madeline movie a lot! I grew up with this series and wanted to interpret it as a full-length feature. Here is a bit of what I imagine it to look like. I feel like I'm just beginning to get to the look of it, so it's kind of an ongoing project. I think a large scale Madeline film should feel like a mix of Amélie (whimsical), Coraline (quirky), and Tangled (magical) in mood... with a soundtrack by Yann Tiersen as well as lots of great accordion tunes! Now I just need to go to Paris 

Mock poster painting of the girls "leaving the house at half past nine"

"We love our bread, we love our butter, but most of all we love each other"

"Where's Genevieve?"

And here is my grad wall! If I had more time I would have gone all-out and added vines, streetlamps, and maybe a fake gramophone. But I'm happy with the way it turned out :D


Long time no update, I'm on tumblr most of the time nowadays!
In the spirit of Halloween month, here are some witchy girl sketches~


Surfing cats

An illustration inspired by summer weather and my love of cats. I don't know how to surf, but drawing this made me wish I did!


Guess who just started watching Sailor Moon? :)
I can't believe I missed out on this show when I was a kid. I think I would've been crazy about it; even at age 4 I used to draw lots of girls in dresses and jewels.
Here's a quick illustration I did that I had floating around in my head.. I am always indecisive as to whether I prefer flat or painterly style, so I switch it up a lot. I think it doesn't matter as long as I have fun with it!