A series of illustrations of various buildings around the city of Rotterdam. While visiting, I was completely taken aback by the variety of architecture. It ranged from new to old, outlandish to conservative. I took it upon myself to capture some of my favourite buildings as a way of remembering my time there.
SeaWheeze is an annual half-marathon hosted by lululemon in Vancouver, BC. For 2015, we created the most memorable experience yet by mashing Dr. Seuss and science into an unexpected experience for the 10,000 runners who attended.
Designed in collaboration with Katie Maasik and Steve Cousins.
A simple, pleasant illustration. Just for you.
This piece was created live at the TEDx Artist Exhibition in late 2015. It was done in collaboration with one of the event sponsors, Rémy Martin. The goal was to create a piece that puts Rémy Martin's brand, history, and energy on full display.
This novel is an anthology of science-fictions stories written by Brian Woodruff and Ian Morgenheim. It explores mind-bending, profound, and often humorous ideas about the future. I was very excited to provide both the book's design and illustrations.
In 2015, lululemon athletica launched a special, limited-run beer in collaboration with local brewery Stanley Park Brewing. I was asked to design the can. We incorporated a variety of elements from Vancouver's world famous Stanley Park from which the brewery is named.
The beer generated a significant amount of press for lululemon and even became the butt of a joke on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.
This was a story created for revolved around the release of lightweight running gear design for speed from Lululemon Athletica. The open sky, the soft morning light and the flow of the garment all helped communicate the pieces' function and feeling. These assets were used across the website and social feeds.
Concept created in collaboration with Talia Cohen. Photography captured by Miles Clark and the model's styling by Daniel Hardy.
Squamish Valley Music Festival is a four day long art and music festival that takes place in Squamish, BC. In 2015, I was asked to contribute my time and effort into creating a mural alongside a roster of talented local artists. It was my first mural and certainly gave me more trouble than I was anticipating, but the end result was well worth it.
This piece was done for an opening in Rotterdam, whose theme was to address the uncertainty of the future of mankind. The concept behind my piece was to create an image that could be interpreted in a variety of ways. It's possible to see a number of elements similar to how a rorschach test works. The nature of that interpretation is up to the viewer.
These portrait studies are equal parts play and an experiment with colour.
Kermode West Coast IPA is a beer from Vancouver-based brewing company Steel Toad Brewing. I was tasked with creating a label based off the story of the Spirit Bear, an all-white bear that roams the forests of British Columbia. The label depicts the mythical animal wandering through the wilderness.
This is a photo series in which an unnamed runner takes to the darkened streets of Vancouver where he is unhindered by the crowded sidewalks and busy streets of the day.
Concepted in collaboration with Steve Cousins. Photography by Colin Adair with model's styling by Daniel Hardy.
A collection of logos I've recently designed.
As an artist and designer that works largely in digital, I'm always searching for ways to elevate the graphic arts to something closer to fine art. This piece is an attempt to reconcile a loose figurative art style with a medium that is designed for precision.
+10 is a piece I created for the group show, Post Up. It's a hand-pressed, two colour silkscreen pressed by yours truly. The image serves as a reminder that even the most carefully laid, or armoured knight in this case, is never safe from that arrow of unpredictability.
A tote bag I designed for my girlfriend. She tells me she likes it.