Lonely college students salivate over illustrations of turkey dinners, bachelors struggle to bake cakes, housewives worry over canned beef, and Lilian Tingle advises them all.
Illustrating exchanges from domestic scientist Lilian Tingle’s home cooking correspondence column in the Sunday Oregonian (1908-1929). Complete transcript and sources here. Created in collaboration with and based on research by A. Service. More about Lilian Tingle here.
The history of gelatin and Jell-O from the 19th century to the present. Published in University of Oregon’s comics magazine ArtDucko, issue 20. Complete transcript and sources here. Created in collaboration with A. Service, who also wrote a companion blog post about our gelatin party.
Every day, more or less, a new 5-minute comic (was regularly updated in 2022)
(External Link) Portraits of 12 of the featured comics journalists for the University of Oregon Jordan Schnitzer Art Museum’s The Art of The News: Comics Journalism exhibition, conducted four interviews for the accompanying catalog (Fall 2021).
Check out the illustrations in these Zoe Bee videos (some of the illustrations are also posted on my instagram).
Pages 6-10 of an adaptation of Alice in Wonderland. It’s the 1920s, Alice Liddell is a journalist, her sister has gone missing. Written by a classmate, drawn by me (Spring 2021, ENG 407)
A comic about the Earth as object and symbol (Summer 2020, ENVS 411)
(External link) Comic explaining how serotonin impacts the brain, created Spring 2020 in collaboration with Dr. Luca Mazzucato. Funded by the University of Oregon Science and Comics Initiative.
Covering the things I wished I knew before beginning college math (Winter 2020, HC 441).
A comic composed of non sequitur panel transitions (Spring 2019, ENG 280).