Brooklyn-based graphic designer, illustrator and food writer.
Montreal’s Jewish food scene is dense with landmark neighborhood institutions and modern, up-and-coming diners and restaurants. This is the first in a series of ten maps for The Nosher, developed in partnership with The Gefilteria. The map was hand illustrated with calligraphy pen, brush and ink, and colored digitally.
Seasonal Produce Calendar
For this project, I illustrated dozens of locally grown and produced foods celebrated at NYC’s Greenmarkets. The banner is on display at the Union Square Greenmarket year-round.
This calendar shows illustrations of popular produce and when they might pop up at the farmer’s market. Produced for New York City Greenmarkets.
Illustrated Email Headers
I illustrated these email headers to bring this educational and cultural resource to life. Each week featured a new illustration and linked to various resources at My Jewish Learning.
Designed for Certified Naturally Grown. Available at CNGfarming.org/friend
The Amazing Heart Farm Logo
3 logo variations in 3 different color schemes for The Amazing Heart Farm.
These first map was created for a Brooklyn-based organization called Local Roots NYC. Color scheme of first map is based on a 1964 map of Brooklyn neighborhoods printed by Hart Publishing Co.
The second map is for Grow NYC and depicts the farmers and producers who participate in New York City’s farmer’s markets.
CSA Map: Fall 2014
Map of a local CSA distribution in NYC and Brooklyn.
Jewish Food From Around The World
Poster and online image made for TheNosher.com.
Concord Grape Promotion for Grow NYC
This postcard and poster were developed for Grow NYC’s and the NYC Greenmarket’s promotion of locally grown concord grapes in October 2018. The project was inspired by vintage posters, and accomplished using india ink textures and hand drawn illustrations.
For sale at cngfarming.org/store
Marketing for Farmers
I created the following marketing materials for the grassroots nonprofit, Certified Naturally Grown.
When winter rolls around at Local Roots NYC, I'm often asked what am I supposed to do with all these apples? My answer is always roast them with potatoes! Like most sweet and savory pairings, they go hand in hand. (It's no coincidence that the German word for potato, erdapfel, means "earth apple.")
Inspired by seasonality, flavor, and linguistic circumstance, this recipe comes to you from my kitchen. I encourage you to add a turnip or two if you've got them lying around (unfortunately edited out for lack of popularity).
Apple Butter Recipe
The next recipe is for apple butter, another winter favorite. This recipe is really two recipes in one: if you stop early, you've got apple sauce, and if you keep going and you'll have apple butter.
This collection was created for Local Roots NYC. All of my graphics were hand drawn and imported into adobe illustrator.
How to store salad greens
This illustration of how to store leafy greens accompanies a blog post: http://localrootsnyc.org/store-fresh-salad-greens/
T-Shirts designed for Certified Naturally Grown. They feature my hand drawn illustrations, which are colored in Adobe Illustrator. Find them at https://shop.spreadshirt.com/cngfarming/
low poly carrot
The Valkeryie dinner was a supper club that I assisted with at Local Roots NYC. Our guest chef, Kai, came to us fresh out of Blue Hill at Stone Barns. He curated a fusion of Scandanavian and Japanese cooking traditions and flavor profiles using locally grown produce from the CSA.
My design for our invitation and menu is inspired by our young chef's vision; Nordic quilt motifs, ramen noodles, seafood and lotuses hug the border.
Border design inspired by Japanese and Nordic folk art and culinary traditions.