Ornithology. Gouache, 2015.
A banner-type illustration focusing on the fieldwork of an ornithologist, who is measuring the wing chord of a brown thrasher (Toxostoma rufum).
Dinictis felina. Gouache on rag paper, 2017.
A 'false sabretooth' cat from the late Eocene to early Miocene of North America, on the bough of an Eocene sassafras. Markings based on extant cats of similar size: clouded leopard and cougar.
The Magnificent Seven. Gouache, 2016. Client: Canadian Geographic Magazine. AD: Javier Frutos.
A series of paintings of Canada's iconic trees, for the December 2016 issue of Canadian Geographic.
Auyuittuq National Park. Pencil and watercolour, 2016.
Two arctic foxes in spring coats at Auyuittuq, Canada, in a stylized yellow palette.
Leaellynasaura. Pencil, watercolor, and digital, 2016.
Frosty Australian ornithopod, Leaellynsaura, protecting against a particularly cold day with bounteous dino-fluff.
Maiasaura & Chicks. Gouache, 2017.
Protected Fossil Sites. Gouache and digital, 2016.
A series of banners on the theme of land management, celebrating protected fossil sites across Canada as part of a banner series for Canada's 150th Birthday, put together by the City of Calgary. From left to right they are the Burgess Shale in BC, Miguasha National Park in Quebec, Joggins Fossil Cliffs in Nova Scotia, and Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta.