This image is a watercolor and gouache painting created as an educational piece to teach young audiences about endangered animal and plant species in the dense forests of Papua New Guinea.
This is a digitally created editorial piece for an article discussing the health benefits of trees and plant life when incorporated into hospital and therapy settings.
This is a digital illustration series about a fantasy viking clan that used flying boats to traverse incredibly high mountains among the giant birds. The illustrations were created as part of a children’s book proposal.
This was a theoretical magazine spot about the importance of railways and shipping infrastructure in providing for developing communities.
A fantasy serpent breaks the sunset skies with a fiery breath.
A young and brilliant scientist tries to make a serum that will grow veggies one hundred times their normal size! A mixup leads the serum to be given to the mice in her laboratory, and our hero must dawn a suit of carrot armor to tame the newly created foes.
From my sketchbook, these vibrant bathhouses are painted in watercolour and a fun exploration of moods and colour schemes.
Some Canadian landscapes exploring mood and light.
An absent-minded sunbather sits unaware of a lurking evil below. This editorial spot was accompanied by an article discussing the negative environmental impact of disposable plastic straws that end up in the ocean.
This editorial spread called attention to the widows left behind after their husbands die to tiger attacks in India.
This was an entry to a local artists zine in Calgary, run by illustrator Cole Degenstein. The theme for this zine was “Shrines.”