Public Speaking


Apparently Pearson has been publishing this book for quite some time and was looking to update the cover. From what I was told they always use illustrated covers for this series, so I was thrilled when my work was selected for the ninth edition. Public speaking has never been my favorite activity, but it was a fun cover to do! And I hope it helps me warm to the idea of speaking... Read More

DRAFT magazine


Sometimes I’m amazed at just how fitting a job is for me…as if the client knew me in advance. When I was asked to illustrate a feature for DRAFT magazine, I was thrilled. For those that know me, I’m a HUGE fan of craft beer and DRAFT asked me to illustrate a beer release party! Needless to say this was a fun piece to do…I even used a few friends as models…and... Read More

NHL Stadium Series Animation!


Happy New Year everyone! I couldn’t be more excited to share my latest commission with you…an animation for the inaugural games of the National Hockey League’s Stadium Series! It will air for the first time on New Year’s Day during the Winter Classic on NBC. From the time I became interested in illustration as a career I have wanted to work in film and motion.... Read More

Death Project II & III

A few months back I posted some illustrations from a series called “The Death Project“. The illustrations were commissioned by Senior Market Advisor magazine to highlight end of life financial issues that we all have to deal with but are either uneducated about or unaware of. The articles were interesting and I enjoyed the education. I’d love to hear what you think. ... Read More

Wine & Spirits


A few months ago I had the opportunity to do some storyboard/editorial illustrations for Wine & Spirits magazine. There were 2 assignments actually. The first, a wine-themed spoof of the show “Portlandia“, and the second, a visual depiction of the five stages of “Enology”….which is the science of wine and wine making. The job had a 1-2 day turnaround,... Read More

Retrofitting Your Aircraft


Here is a piece I worked on last month for The Robb Report’s Private Aviation Sourcebook. The piece was about how to “retrofit” your aircraft, basically a plane “make-over”. It was fun to do and a chance to play around with a relatively straight forward piece. I’d love to hear what you think.  Read More

The Death Project


Yes, The Death Project! I was commissioned last month for a series of editorial illustrations dealing with the finality of death…at least in terms of wealth management. One of my favorite clients,  Senior Market Advisor asked me to illustrate a few spots to decorate the feature. It was a fun, in a morbid sort of way! Love to hear your thoughts.  Read More