I have used cut-paper collage for a wide range of illustration assignments: children's books, adult bookcovers, ads, packaging, posters, greeting cards, and more. Collage can be bright, bold, humorous, wacky, and imaginative; it can be subtle, delicate, earth-toned, and realistic--and it can be anywhere in between. The art itself, created by a traditional cut-and-paste technique, is durable, permanent, and ideal for reproduction. The original can be flatbed scanned, or it can be delivered on disk or photo transparency.
Cosmopolitan magazine
Dallas Morning News
Fisher Scientific
Food First Press
Good Housekeeping magazine
Home Front magazine
McGraw Hill
Millbrook Press
Oakland, CA (City of)
Peaceable Kingdom Press
Prentice Hall
Rigby Books
Scholastic, Inc.
Silver Burdett Ginn
Sky magazine (Delta Airlines)
Steck-Vaughn Company
Syracuse Cultural Workers
Ten-Speed Press
Tricycle Press
Viking Press


Eight Days of Hanukkah by Harriet Ziefert (Viking Press)
Fiesta Time by Olivia Ruiz (Celebration Press/Addison-Wesley)
Fun with Hats by Lucy Malka (Mondo Press)
*Good News by Sarita Chavez Silverman (Hampton-Brown Books)
How to Get to Harry’s House by Merry Banks (Silver Burdett Ginn)
I Am by Catherine Peters (D.C. Heath and Company)
Jewish Holiday Craft Book by Kathy Ross (Millbrook Press)
Jimmyjammy Had a Hat by Ina Cumpiano (Silver Burdett Ginn)
The School Mural by Sarah Vazquez (Steck-Vaughn Company and Houghton Mifflin)
The Stone Soup Book of Friendship Stories (Tricycle Press)
Water for One, Water for Everyone by Steven Swinburne (Millbrook Press)
What Can I Do? By Patricia Almada (Rigby Books)
Where’s Cupcake? by Catherine Peters (D.C. Heath and Company)

* Named as a commended title for the 1996 Americas Award for Children’s Literature