Last Star Burning

Original cover art created for Simon & Schuster Publishing Co. in collaboration with designer Jessica Handelman and illustrator Aaron Limonick.

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Wow! It’s such an honor to have worked alongside such a small yet impactful group this year during the final stretch of their efforts.  Thanks largely to them, the United Nations successfully organized this year to form the world’s first ever Nuclear Weapons Ban Treaty.   Our collaborations can be seen in the blog posts below.

Read the announcement in the NY Times


On Set with Author Mark Greaney

Behind the scenes with #1 NY Times Bestselling author, Mark Greaney for Penguin / Random House.  Greaney is co-author of 7 Tom Clancy Novels in addition to many of his own including the “Gray Man” series, which is currently being developed into a movie by Columbia Pictures.  Visit Greaney’s website HERE



As of July 2017, the UN has voted in favor of a legally binding treaty to abolish nuclear weapons worldwide.  This is a monumental first step towards humanity surviving the nuclear age!   Read about it HERE in the Guardian.


Women’s March to Ban the Bomb!

On June 17, 2017 the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom organized a march to support the UN’s effort of forming a global nuclear weapons ban treaty.  At the time of this post, a majority of the countries are gathered in NYC at the UN headquarters to accomplish this historic endeavor.   It was an honor to bring their message to the world by photographing this event.


Official Judge: 2017 Adobe Design Achievement Awards

2017 marks the 12th year of involvement with the international Adobe Design Achievement Awards and the 4th year of being an official judge.  Thousands of entries are pouring in from around the world as future creative pros push the envelope in their respective fields of study.

ADAA Official Website 


2017 Women’s March on the Bomb!

This video was created to promote the Women’s March to Ban the Bomb, scheduled for June 17th in NYC.

Done in partnership with the Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, supporting the UN’s effort to FINALLY abolish nuclear weapons worldwide. The negotiations for the treaty will transpire next month in NYC.


Interview With Legendary Physicist Freeman Dyson

Most Americans are unaware that the United Nations is currently working towards a treaty to ban nuclear weapons worldwide.  It was an honor to have been invited to attend the opening conference to conduct a series of interviews and public service announcements.

In this interview, Freeman Dyson (age 93) discusses the crucial role of science for maintaining international peace in the nuclear age. A living legend, Dyson’s mathematics unified three versions of Quantum Electrodynamics invented by his contemporaries Feynman, Schwinger and Tomonaga. He inspired many a science fiction novel with his “Dyson Spheres” theorized to harness energy from distant stars by alien civilizations.

Dyson along with Stephen Hawking, Peter Higgs, and 3000 other scientists have signed an open letter in support of the UN effort to abolish nuclear weapons. View it HERE.


Interview With Nuclear Physicist Zia Mian.

Zia Mian of Princeton’s program on science and global security discusses the role of science in democracy. This interview was filmed with the support of The Future of Life Institute and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN).


Interview With Nobel Prize Astrophysicist, Joseph Taylor

Astrophysicist Joseph Taylor won the Nobel Prize for confirming predictions of Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. With his testimony he asserts the importance of science for informing public policy, specifically in regards to nuclear disarmament.

This is part of our ongoing series of interviews supporting the United Nation’s effort to abolish nuclear weapons worldwide.


On Set With Author Tom Hunt

Suspense novelist Tom Hunt for Penguin Books

David Field photographs author Tom Hunt for Penguin / Random House.  Tom’s debut suspense novel entitled “Killer Choice” is slated for release in January 2018.  Thanks to Emily Osborne and José Marquez for their help!