Cover and interior illustrations for Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health magazine about why some people are more susceptible to infectious diseases. Epidemiologist Priya Duggal looks for clues in the human genome and in the polio epidemic of the past. Thanks to AD Robert Ollinger and Patrick Kirchner at Dog Ear Consultants!
In the upcoming issue of World Histories, the feature story is about the crusades and how they shaped today's world. Six experts discuss whether those events continue to affect lives and politics in the region and around the globe today. Thanks to AD Susanne Frank and editor matt Elton, as always!
Cover illustration for American Gas about the ESG - Environmental, Social and Governance and how the gas industry is proactively addressing environmental issues thanks to an updated reporting template.
Thanks to AD Mike Vucic at The YGS Group!
Cover and feature illustrations for The Rotarian, magazine of Rotary International, about The Four-Way Test:
one of Rotary’s central principles that could be useful in the current day, when truth and truthfulness seem to be losing its prestige in public life. Story by Joseph Epstein. Thanks AD Jennifer Moody!
Latest illustration for Science about vaccine durability. Why their protection can fade in months or last a lifetime.
Thanks AD Marcy Atarod!
Breaking down the Ivory Tower. The credibility of establishment figures has been demolished by technological changes and political upheavals, and its too late to turn back the clock. Illustration for Internazionale, article by William Davies. Thanks to AD Alberto Notarbartolo, as always.
Cover illustration for The Exeter Bulletin, about the importance of promoting civil discussion on hard questions of diversity, inclusion, race, gender, political difference etc. Exeter is a discussion-based school using the Harkness method, involving students seated in a large, oval table to discuss ideas in an open-minded environment.
Thanks to AD David Nelson!
Cover and interior illustration for Williams Magazine about the active role of its researchers and alums in every aspect of space exploration - from spaceship design to astro-medicine.
Thanks to AD Kelly McMurray of 2communiqué!
Latest cover artwork for Chemistry and Engineering News, about the relationship between USA and international scientists. They have long been a key part of the US research workforce, but concerns are rising that they'll start to turn elsewhere. Thanks to AD Robert Bryson.
Latest illustration for Science about the regulation of predictive analytics in medicine. Artificial intelligence algorithms need to be approved before being proposed for medical/health applications, in order to meet some basic standards of medical effectiveness and safety. Thanks to AD Chrystal Smith, as always!
Recent works and news from my illustrator activity.