Visit Science & Nature. Digital mixed media, 2015.
An illustrated map of educational science, conservation, and natural history centers in Alberta, Canada, aiming to show what's out there and inspire people to visit and learn. I am very passionate about museums, zoos, and conservatories, and through this image I hope to get others excited about them too!
Ghost Cat. Gouache, 2017. Client: The Walrus. AD: Meredith Holigroski.
Accompanying the article 'Bigfoot on Four Paws' in the March 2017 issue of the Walrus magazine, about the unconfirmed cougar sightings in Nova Scotia, Canada.
Getting to know 'the Rock's' vulnerable trees. Gouache, 2016. Client: Nature Conservancy of Canada. AD: Steve Balaban.
Monitoring, cataloguing, and naming the vulnerable black ash trees of interior Newfoundland. Featured in the Fall 2016 donor magazine for Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Crowdsourcing bird science Gouache and digital, 2016.
Based on an existing article, this illustration is a character study of the obsession/dedication of 'citizen science' birdwatchers, and the work they do in filling in the gaps that ornithologists can't fill alone. School.
Odocoileus virginianus. Gouache, 2014.
Canadian wildlife continued - a white-tailed deer with fireweed and Indian paintbrush flowers.
Animalcules. Gouache, 2015.
Animalcule ("little animal", from Latin animal + the diminutive suffix -culum) is an older term for a microscopic animal or protozoan. These are a set of 1-inch paintings of child-oriented animal designs.
Animal Portraits. Gouache, 2016.
Private commissions of pets and animals done over the summer of 2016. Rusty the cat, an American Robin, Kubrick the basset hound, and Kitty the cat.
Role-Playing. Gouache and digital collage, 2016.
A brochure illustration done with a local gaming & hobby store in mind, using classic tabletop RPG imagery.