I am selling a small selection of drawings, like the ones above, on my website. If you’re interested in purchasing an original, or for more information about it, shoot me an email.
Here is something new I did for the Globe & Mail’s, Facts and Arguments section. It’s for an essay about a man who reflects on the summer his uncle convinced him to play baseball. He describes how joining the team changed him from the shy boy he was to the social adult he is today.
Design Editor: Matthew French
What I am about to write is a bit of a SPOILER if you haven’t watched the latest season of House of Cards……
I did an illustration for Variety magazine about TV spoilers and the focus of my illustration is the most shocking thing to happen during House of Cards in the beginning of season two. Zoe (played by Kate Mara) is pushed onto the subway tracks by Frank Underwood (played by Kevin Spacey). I am still haunted by what happened in that episode and got to illustrate my vision of that scene. Showing Zoe dead on the tracks was not an appealing image to me so I chose to paint a more Hitchcock framing of what was about to happen.
Art Director: Cheyne Gateley
DREAMS! What are your dreams for the future? Is it to save money to someday live in a bigger home? To provide for a family? I got to illustrate questions such as these in the latest Canadian Family magazine. Many thanks to Colleen for taking a different direction than what I normally do.
Art Director: Colleen Nicholson
Photos of the magazine were taken by Jeannie Phan
/creepythread is a full color, creepy, pasta zine. It is printed on nice paper, has beautiful end pages and is curated with a spectrum of quality illustrations supported by some of the weirdest stories I have ever read. I contributed a piece for this zine. Pick it up at TCAF, SPX or online if you can’t make it to one of those.
I did an illustration for the brand new magazine called Capital Magazine. This magazine is an extension of capitalnewyork.com. I created an illustration for an essay debating whether or not the wealthy would move out of New York if taxes were raised.
Art Director: Peter Lettre
Newsweek gave me a call to illustrate an upcoming hot topic. Website domains are bought and sold only in the United States and internationalist are peeved that they can not buy domains in other countries. Especially their home country domains like .DE (Germany) or .FR (France). The problem is that if countries that limit internet activity gain control over domains, they can control what websites they would want to shut down. This would inhibit the freedom many internet users enjoy.
Art Director: Mike Friel
Did you know that Wisconsin Parkinson Association’s Parkinson Research Institute’s Brain Donation program is the only one of it’s kind in the midwest? I didn’t until I illustrated this humbling article for Milwaukee magazine .People with Parkinson’s donate their brains for research to find a cure. Such a touching way to help others living with the same disease after passing.
Art Director: Rachel Stinebring