Our Next 4 Years: Life Without Science

Over Easter weekend, I had the pleasure of working with Mike Blum and Ramiro Olmos on a PSA for The March for Science. I created the backgrounds (with a little help from my kid – both cat illustrations are hers) based on storyboards by Ramiro. It was a flurry of activity to get the spots out in time for the following weekend’s march.

As some of you know, science is a subject dear to my heart. My love for learning and the natural sciences came into focus with my grandmother and her infectious curiosity. I still have the microscope she gave me when I turned 7 and was so proud to pass it onto my own daughter at the same age.

My grandmother is still my hero. Born at the turn of the century she was a woman far ahead of her time. She received her doctorate from California Berkely when it was rare for a woman, let alone a ‘minority’ to do so. So, with her in my heart, I was very proud to lend a hand in this endeavor.

Below is a link to the full video. Enjoy!

Click to view PSA – March for Science

70 Years of Father’s Follies

This year I’ve had the honor of designing the poster for the 70th annual Father’s Follies. It’s an event that benefits the Verdugo Woodlands PTA. Dubbed by “LA Weekly” several years ago as “L.A.’s weirdest annual drag show,” it involves nearly 100 fathers of Verdugo Woodlands Elementary students dressing in costume to sing, dance and act in an original performance that has been months in the making.

More info at the link below.
Dad’s Club Presents Father’s Follies