"Ask Me About Albany" pins
Small pinbacks for Albanians to wear around town so visitors can identify friendly, knowledgeable people to point them to the interesting and inside scoop on Albany and the Capital Region. (As worn by Albanian extraordinaire, Norman Rice, beloved former director of the Albany Institute of History and Art.)
When Albany Archives rediscovered "At State and Pearl" I knew it had to be brought back into circulation. Now in its third printing, it is popular both with Albanians who grew up here and with a new generation looking for ways to connect with Albany and its history.
Available in local boutiques and click to order online through Fort Orange General Store.
City pride pins
My favorite pin messaging yet! Fully customizable depending on which city you adore.
Hello Pretty City zine
Self-published zine featuring the work on one photographer per issue.
Glove Map of Albany
Map of Albany hand drawn on a vintage leather glove for Historic Albany Foundation's BUILT auction and gala. Winner of the Nancy Lawton Prize/Committee Choice Award. The main arteries of Albany perfectly match up with the structure of the human hand! Relevant and exciting landmarks also indicated on lower part of the glove.
The Albany Center Gallery celebrated its 35th anniversary this year with a masquerade gala and they chose me to be one of the featured artists to create a mask for the live auction. I made "Legger", modeled on a bird decal I made for an exhibit I had in the gallery in 2007.
Center Square wallpaper
A collaboration with Lori Hansen to capture the essence of Albany's Center Square neighborhood. We spent hours drawing anything that came to mind when we thought of Center Square, edited the doodles, used Illustrator to lay them out in a pattern, output them on a large format printer, and then hung them in the windows of Capital Wine and Spirits on Lark Street for First Friday.