Rooted in my fascination with telling a more detailed story, and combined with the '60s Fillmore poster aesthetic, I started creating something I call typographic portraits. It allows me to tell a story within the art that people can pore over, time and again, and see new things. My first foray into this was an unflattering portrait of Donald Trump for The Nation magazine. This was followed by a portrait of Dr. Christine Blasey-Ford for TIME following her testimony in the Kavanaugh Supreme Court hearings. This was my second to win the coveted COVER OF THE YEAR chosen by the American Society of Magazine Editors.