April 30, 2017

Here is a little spot illustration I did for the May issue of Dig magazine.

March 5, 2017

I did a portrait of Aisha al-Hurra for Dig Magazine...

and Sayidda al-Hurra...

December 1, 2016

Time to get in the Holiday spirit!

March 13, 2016

Patiently waiting for her publication date...May 28th!

Publishers Weekly

In a story likely to leave readers thinking about class and privilege, a Latina girl named Felicia accompanies her Mamá to a gated mansion, where she works as a housecleaner. Felicia can’t resist exploring, peeking into a nursery and swinging on a backyard playscape, where the house’s pregnant owner joins her. Mrs. Fitzpatrick discusses her great-grandparents’ immigration from Ireland and gives Felicia a charm bracelet—Felicia adores it, though text and art reveal her mother’s discomfort with the gift. Barbieri draws clear parallels between the struggles and aspirations of immigrants past and present, while Fields’s illustrations practically glow with the promise of the “charmed life” Felicia desires. Her mother’s wistful closing line, “Yes, Felicia, you will have a very charmed life,” hints at the lengths to which parents will go for their children. Ages 4–8. (May)

November 26, 2015

October 17, 2015

mwahaha....very scary boys and girls

September 12, 2015

A litte CAT superhero spot I did for my agents....

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