"Poster for the Family Skate Day event with St. John Ambulance volunteers and their families. A day of winter skating." St. John's Ambulance, client.
Fine Of The Times. "Speed traps and traffic tickets are on the rise as metro Detroit communities look to offset falling tax revenue. Critics say the escalation amounts to a selective tax that hurts businesses, tourism and pocketbooks."Detroit Home, client.
Our Atlantis. "A woman's memory of her last night of high school before parting ways in life. Later, one girlfriend gets sick and dies." Lisa Kelsey, art director; Family Circle Magazine, client.
"Advice for the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City: Party Hard." John Dixon, art director; The Village Voice, client.
Common Crackle & Hooded Fang, poster art for band. It was accepted into Society of Illustrators 53 Annual Exhibition—Advertising." Gregory Pepper, client.
Entrepreneur Know-How. "Can you nurture an idea into a fruitful business plan?"Andrew Forbes, art director; Alberta Venture Magazine, client.
Relax, Recharge. Runners who sweat every detail of a workout—pace, distance, effort may not think twice about 'recovery days' on their training programs."Kory Kennedy, art director; Runner's World Magazine, client.
Wild Roads: Banff, Alberta. "Map of the Canadian Haute Route road trip through Banff, Alberta Canada—a gateway to the Canadian Rockies." National Geographic Adventure, client.
Duration: I’ve been drawing since I was a little boy. I apparently used every pad of paper in my grandmother’s house turning each one into a simple animation. I started illustrating professionally after I graduated art school a little over three years ago.
Staff: It's me, and my incredibly hard working rep Sari at Levy Creative.
Education: I received a Bachelor of Applied Arts in illustration from Sheridan Institute in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
Cultural Influences: Men’s fashion, colors, movies, comics, my friends, music, good design, TEDTalks, books, antiques, advertising from the fifties and sixties, great typography, etc.
Environment: My work is done in the cozy studio in my apartment. I live with my fiancée, and our two cats, in the small city of Guelph, Ontario, close to my favorite coffee shop and a wonderful art store.
Philosophy:I try not to take life too serious, so that I can seriously live. Also like my grandfather has said, “The harder you work, the luckier you become.”