• Frame 1: "Yielding for pedestrians" A driver in a car happily waits as another students walks across a crosswalk in front of him. Frame 2: "Five minutes later..." That same driver is still waiting as seemingly dozens of students now cross the crosswalk, and has fallen asleep.

    Yielding for Pedestrians
    October 1, 2008 (published) / May 18, 2012 (posted here)

    Often an accurate depiction of the on-campus car-pedestrian relationship right before morning classes (at least in my day).

    For those who know Fisher's campus, the actual crosswalk I had in mind when making this was the one crossing from in front of Murray to the Keough-Campus Center quad, one most resident students have walked across many a time--and that most commuters have been forced to wait at in their cars.

    This work originally appeared in the Cardinal Courier, the award-winning student-run newspaper at St. John Fisher College, between 2007 and 2011.