I'm an award-winning illustrator and designer whose work incorporates both traditional and digital media. My images have appeared in major magazines, newspapers, on posters, pillows, t-shirts, toys and packaging.
I specialize in bold, conceptual images that avoids cliches, forcing the viewer to think twice and take a second look. Regularly contributing to business and financial publications such as Worth, Boss, Forbes, Bloomberg Markets & CPA Magazine I can quickly develop images for complex subject matter such as taxes, investments and legal issues. Health, fitness and sports are recurring themes for clients such as The New York Times, Scientific American, Runner's World and Golf Digest. Many colleges and universities such as Harvard, Brown, UCLA and Tufts have also commissioned my work for articles regarding teaching, learning and student issues.
Social issues are also a personal favourite.
Major projects include:
Collective Arts limited edition beer can featuring my 'Pumpkin Ride' image
Poster series for Johnson Controls on growth. Pieces of the images were also animated as part of this international campaign.
Texas Monthly moo-cow toy label sent to subscribers to promote their annual Bum Steer Awards
Other clients include Time Magazine, Stanford Social Innovation Review, Newsweek International, Reader's Digest, Cottage Life, Business Week, Golf Digest, Scientific American Mind, Hemispheres Magazine, Cigar Aficionado, Fortune, Macworld Magazine, Out, The KRW Awards, Canadian Wildlife Magazine, LA Times, Wine Spectator, The Bend Independent Film Festival, Matador Records, National Post and The Globe & Mail.
Graduating from Sheridan College's Interpretive Illustration in 1999, I have 17+ years experience as a freelance illustrator and designer.
Pearl can’t move. She’s never wanted to, until now. Life above the waves beckons to her as she watches the boats moving along the surface of the water above her. Pearl is a statue carved of milk-white stone that has stood on the floor of an ancient sea for a thousand years, but she’s waking up, and she wants more. As desire builds within her, it propels her on a journey that takes her to an ex... read more
Blue Sky can climb like an ibex. She was raised in the highest peaks of the Alps by the herd and named for the color of her eyes. They say her father was a fallen alpinist and her mother his beautiful dying dream… and so, as you may guess, she’s somewhat magical – strong and sure-footed on the peaks, and natural as an ibex in this harsh environment of wind, rock, and ice. Until one day when sh... read more
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