Most of my work is very cartoony but once or twice a year I get hired to do courtroom sketches for a big trial in Minnesota. Last month I was hired to sketch the police shooting trial of Mohamed Noor, who shot and killed unarmed civilian Justine Damond. After a month-long trial Noor was the first Minnesota police officer in living memory to be found guilty of murder while on duty.
A couple of weeks after the trial ended I was a guest on the Up and At ‘Em podcast, a popular local podcast that discusses Minnesota news and events. My interview starts late in the show at the one-hour-and-forty-minute mark.
You can view some of my other courtroom sketch art over at courtroomsketches.com.