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Contributor Portrait for Index on Censorship

Contributor portraits for 'Index on Censorship'. One of a series of digitally rendered portraits, the set holds together with a similar muted colour palette and almost cubist style.

Over her lifetime, the average American woman can expect to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars less than a man with similar credentials and employment. For women of color, that pay gap looks more like a chasm. And while motherhood is often cited as the primary reason for lower earnings over the course of a career, it doesn't explain why, as occupational segregation falls, women still only make $0.79 for every dollar men do.

4 Women with 4 Very Different Incomes Open Up About the Lives They Can Afford

Over her lifetime, the average American woman can expect to earn hundreds of thousands of dollars less than a man with similar credentials and employment. For women of color, that pay gap looks more like a chasm. And while motherhood is often cited as the primary reason for lower earnings over the course of a career, it doesn't explain why, as occupational segregation falls, women still only make $0.79 for every dollar men do.

Kevin Sprouls creates WSJ Hedcut images for Playboy

A few years ago, Playboy Magazine commissioned a small raft of illustrations from me. I like magazine work very much, as it gets m…

4 Women with 4 Very Different Incomes Open Up About the Lives They Can Afford

4 Women with 4 Very Different Incomes Open Up About the Lives They Can Afford

From a single mother just above the poverty line to a real-estate millionaire.

Miscellaneous - Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy: Illustration

Illustration work by Louise Zergaeng Pomeroy

Escapades Magazine: The Summer Issue by Matt Chase, via Behance

Select pages from the second issue of Escapades, a UAE-based travel publication that I was commissioned to help launch in early Portraits by.

The Porter Client: Port Magazine

Kate Copeland is a freelance illustrator based in London.

From a series of author portraits made with food, by Christian Kjelstrup. The materials used to compose the portrait a pun on the author's name: Charles Duckens.

From Margaret Spinatwood to Doris Dressing: author portraits in food – in pictures

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Meags Fitzgerald, self-portrait for publication headshot. Monotone, strong contrast, background aptterning makes the figure 'pop' on the page.

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