These are informational posts I created to inform people about COVID-19 and other health + social issues. I took inspiration from my ongoing research project on infectious disease & visual communication, which has primarily focused on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, syphilis, and smallpox.

I created this series of illustrations and informational texts throughout the crises to campaign for housing reform, to share information about safely quarantining, and to encourage social distancing.

The projects “Shame is a Bad Public Health Tool”, “Pandemiquette,” “Assessing Symptoms and Risks,” “COVID-19 Updates,” and “Practical Guide to Protesting & Pandemic Prevention” were created in collaboration with Lauren Sarkissian, a MPH candidate at University of Washington.

Our work was published in the Publishing the Present online catalog here following a call from Wendy’s Subway, New York City.
















SHAME IS A BAD PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL















TAKING CARE OF
YOURSELF AND OTHERS












SOME TIPS FOR RECOGNIZING AND
TREATING COVID-19 FROM HOME








INTRO TO ZOONOTIC DISEASE




















QUICK TIPS FOR SELF QUARANTINE
AND/OR SOCIAL DISTANCING














STABLE HOUSING IS CRITICAL FOR
SOCIAL DISTANCING








GUIDELINES FOR VOLUNTARY
CAUTIONARY QUARANTINE





EXPLAINING COVID-19















PROTECT USPS







PANDEMIQUETTE







































ASSESING SYMPTOMS AND RISKS























COVID-19 UPDATES























PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PROTESTING AND PANDEMIC PREVENTION




















COVID-19 AND INDIGENOUS POPULATIONS













COVID-19 AND HOLIDAY PLANNING