I work with a lot of really amazing and interesting people, on projects ranging from magazines and books to character development for animation. I also work for childrens' and educational publishers. If you are interested in seeing more of my work online, take a look at Illoz.com and Dribbble. You can check out all the latest news, opinion, and info on my blog at Drawger.
I have relocated to Belleville, Ontario, and I am looking forward to creating new opportunities in the community. I spent sixteen years in beautiful Prince Edward County, cycling, playing hockey and running the monthly Comix Jam. My new address is 355 Victoria Avenue, Belleville, Ontario, K8N 2E4.
Clients include The New York Times, Esquire, The Wall Street Journal, PlanSponsor, Time, NPR, Tor.com, Forbes, Smart Money, Fast Company, BusinessWeek, Barrons Weekly, Fortune, This Old House, Plenty, UTNE Reader, Reader's Digest, Consumer Reports, Vancouver Magazine, Cottage Life, Explore, Owl, Today's Parent, Random House, Macleans, Quirk Books and Scholastic.
If you are interested in Stock images, you can see them here.
Running Late was published in the Society of Illustrators 57th Annual, and featured in the Editorial show in NYC, January 2015.
My work has been included in Luerzers 200 Best Illustrators 2014/2015
The Green Man was published in the Society of Illustrators 56th Annual, and featured in the Editorial show in NYC, January 2014.
Gold Medal: Illustration, Western Magazine Awards, 2013. Artwork for 'Detachment', a short story in SubTerrain Magazine
Two of my illustrations were selected for the upcoming 3 x 3 Annual, Temporal Shift for Reader's Digest and Guns in Schools for Phoenix Magazine.
'The Red Mouths', artwork for a short story in SubTerrain Magazine was published in the Society of Illustrators 55th Annual, and featured in the Editorial show in NYC.
Square2 Magazine featured my work, along with an interview -- you can read the article here.
Look for The First Timer's Kit & The Man's Guide to Underwear Repair, published by Running Press, at a fine book store near you. Sci-Fi Baby Names is on the shelves as well, published by Quirk books.