As many of my readers know, I started this Drawn Together blog series as a way to highlight medical animators and illustrators. The people who create the medical imagery we see every day and everywhere in our lives. From the ubiquitous red and orange Coronavirus image to simple signage in hospitals. From data visualization charts […]
What a year! As 2020 comes to a close, don’t we all deserve a participation award, a certificate of completion, and maybe a glass of champagne? (Cheers!) I can’t be the only one who fell victim to hoarding toilet paper, yeast, and flour, right? Whether surreal or serious, this has been a tough and transformative […]
When I started writing this post the world was “only” upside down from the Coronavirus. Now it is upside down and inside out. Since the global protests in support of #BLM, I’ve questioned the value of talking about anything other than race, justice, and survival. The topic of human rights is so important, I’ll share […]
As we continue our Drawn Together Series, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about how much we’ve come together while staying apart. For me, it’s been a refocus on family, our new Golden Retriever puppy, Rūmī, on designing a new website so it delights my visitors, and having genuine conversations with clients who, like me,
Whether you’re cuddled up in your favorite chair with a cup of tea or enjoying a little pumpkin-spiced treat outdoors, in what is now the perfect sweater weather where I am in the Northeast, I hope this next profile in our Drawn Together series finds you well and in good autumnal spirits.
The New York Philharmonic is celebrating 100 years of American women having the right to vote with Project 19. They are commissioning and premiering 19 new works by 19 women composers for a multi-season initiative. The original works are being presented alongside classical pieces. The performance I attended on February 13th (and I’ve been going […]