April 5, 2016

The Weekly standard

Illustration - Got to Give It Up  for the Weekly Standard

"Got to Give it Up" for The Weekly Standard. AD: Philip Chalk.


February 17, 2016

Globe and Mail

Globe and Mail - Breaking Up is Hard to Do Illustration

"Breaking Up is Hard to Do" for The Globe & Mail, Facts & Arguments. AD: Ben Barrett-Forrest.


December 8, 2015

Scientific American

Illustration for Scientific American - The Tech Jungle

Scientific American has long been a dream client of mine, so I was thrilled when I was asked to illustrate an article for this month’s issue. Back in college, my roommates (including fellow illustrator Hannah Wilson) and I got a subscription to Scientific American, and I remember flipping through the magazine and thinking about how cool it would be illustrate one of those pages.

The illustration was for the column “Navigating the Jungle of Tech Ecosystems” by David Pogue, about how the smartphone offerings of Apple, Google, and Microsoft are technologically indistinct, but differ based on their respective “ecosystems” of interconnected products and services. You can read it here.

AD: Michael Mrak.


November 17, 2015

Globe and Mail

"My Grandma, the Teenager" for The Globe & Mail, Facts & Arguments. AD: Ming Wong.


June 8, 2015

New Work: Globe and Mail and Education Week

For The Globe and Mail, Facts & Arguments. AD: Ben Barrett-Forrest


For Education Week, Commentary: "Why Colleges Should Care About the Common Core", by Harold G. Levine & Michael W. Kirst. AD: Vanessa Solis.

January 28, 2015

New Work: Education Week

Education Week - Art, for Children's Sake

For Education Week, Commentary: "Art, for Children's Sake". AD: Vanessa Solis


September 13, 2014

Here's a selection of some of the new work done over the past few months.

For The Globe and Mail, "Shrinkage at 70" by Dell Catherall. AD: Matt French


For Education Week commentary column, "Here's Why We Don't Need Standardized Tests", by Greg Jouriles. AD: Vanessa Solis

For Education Week, Let's Mend, Not End, Educational Testing by Madhabi Chatterji. AD: Vanessa Solis


Pyotr Tchaikovsky for Xtra, accompanying a History Boys column by Jeremy Willard. Art directed by the authors, Jeremy Willard and Michael Lyons, and Arts Editor Phil Villeneuve.


December 6, 2013
New Work for the Globe and Mail

An illustration in today's Globe and Mail, for a Facts & Arguments essay about a man's experience with a museum's overzealous security staff. You can read the article here.


November 29, 2013
The Weekly Standard

Here's a new piece I just did for the Weekly Standard's latest Casual column. You can read the accompanying story here: A Man's Word - by Irwin M. Stelzer

November 15, 2013

Website update!

I've updated the portfolio, adding new work for Health Solutions magazine, Working Mother, The Globe and Mail, and Education Week (last two shown below).

"Civics in the Common Core" for Education Week


ADHD for
The Globe and Mail

(Click to view images larger, and browse through the portfolio.)


August 19, 2013
Out of office, August 23 - September 8

In just under a week, I'll be shipping out to BC to see my brand new nephew! I will be unable to take on work with deadlines/duedates landing between August 23 and September 8, 2013. Thank you for you interest, and I look forward to working with you when I return.

All the best!


June 15, 2013
Book Review Illustration for the Globe and Mail, and
3x3 Pro Show No. 10


My illustration for Katherine Ashenburg’s review of Lionel Shriver’s book, Big Brother in the weekend edition of the Globe and Mail. Thanks to AD Matt French!

3x3 Professional Show, No. 10

I was also excited and honoured to find out my illustration for Education Week, on the topic of the education reform debate, was selected as a Merit winner in the 3x3 Professional Show, No. 10. Thanks to again to AD Vanessa Solis!


June 9, 2013
Reader's Digest and Globe and Mail

A spot portrait of Mary Walsh as Marg Delahunty for Reader's Digest's "Reader's Write" column in the June issue.


A more somber piece than my usual work, this was an illustration for a Facts & Arguments piece in the Globe a few weeks back. The story was about the author discovering his aging father owned a handgun.


May 2, 2013
Globe and Mail - Mittens!

New Facts & Arguments piece for the Globe and Mail! This essay told of how the author never had mittens or umbrellas as a child, as her mother had deemed them some sort of excessive luxury. When the children went out in the snow, they had to wear socks on their hands in place of gloves. Thanks of course to AD Matt French!


APRIL 17, 2013
Globe and Mail, California Real Estate

Another piece for the Globe and Mail's Facts and Arguments column. This essay was about a woman in the U.S. Foreign Service who reminisces about the Italian grocery store she grew up in as a child. Now stationed in Ottawa, Ontario, she reconnects with the memory by visiting a local Italian grocer.


These two gentlemen appeared in the latest issue of California Real Esate, for an article on negotiating techniques titled "Listen Closely to Your Opponent". Thanks to AD Nancy Duckworth for the assignment; I always enjoy drawing a man in a suit!


MARCH 25, 2013
Boston Globe Op-Ed

A quick turn around for an Op-Ed in today's Boston Globe. It was great to work with unrestricted dimensions and AD Heather Hopp-Bruce made it look twice as good with the page layout!

You can see larger images of the piece in my tumblr post.


MARCH 5, 2013
New Work - Globe and Mail

Here’s a new piece I just did for the always-great-to-work-with Matt French at the Globe and Mail. This Facts and Arguments essay was about a man who drives the scenic, no-winter-maintenance route home on a whim and proceeds to berate himself excessively for his foolishness.

You can see some larger images of the piece in my tumblr post.

You can read the article online at the Globe and Mail, here.


FEBRUARY 22, 2013
New Work - Globe and Mail, Canadian Grocer


A recent piece for Matt French at The Globe and Mail. It accompanied an essay about a man spoiled by his prodigious reading ability as a youngster, who then finds himself uninterested in keeping up with the pace and practicality of adulthood.


A spot illustration for a column in the February issue of Canadian Grocer. The article discussed how the grocery business is becoming increasingly dominated by non-standard grocery retailers, such as megastores like Walmart and warehouse stores like Costco. Thanks to AD Lindsay Maclachlan!