• Ordering Artwork is Easy

    It doesn’t take much to get started on an enriching, memorable, and unique piece of art. It’s a simple exchange of information and here are some examples of just that. This summer a mother was looking for a special gift for her hockey loving daughter. She put out a call with a concept, reference, and […]

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  • Hello Again!

    Welcome to the first blog post on my newly revamped website. The new look is a better format so you can more easily see the work I’ve been doing. This design is specifically intended to be easier to navigate on mobile devices and allow me to create more frequent portfolio updates. Please take a moment […]

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  • Creative Parenting Interview

    Now, I’m not going to pretend I can write anything near as elegant as Tim Kuefler. You can get your full dose of that over at his blog – timotheories. I do want to make a special post though to say “Thank You!” for interviewing me and highlighting the topic of delegating between work and […]

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  • Inktober 2016 Complete

    I hope you’ve had the time to follow my progress over this year’s Inktober. I feel like I’ve gotten more comfortable with both digital sketching and real life inking. I decided to try Jake Parker’s method of sketching in photoshop. I after inked with Staedtler Pigment Liner 0.1, Faber-Castell #199 Black – F, and/or Faber-Castell […]

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  • Introducing Timotheories

    I wanted to tell you about a relatively new blog that follows suit to my last post. May I introduce you to Timotheories, written by Tim Kuefler. It is a curated discussion about various art forms and interesting tangents. The writing style has similarities of that found in The Time Machine by H.G. Wells. Thus […]

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  • Practise Makes Progress – Part 2

    Hopefully Practise Makes Progress – Part 1 has given you a real view of what progress can look like. Seeing that others struggle just like you can be reaffirming. This post is all about tips to get your progress on the move. Invest Time The most important thing you can do is set aside time […]

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  • Practice Makes Progress – Part 1

    There is an old saying that “practice makes perfect”. It just isn’t true with illustration (or graphic design, but we’ll save that for another time). What practice and dedication does though is make progress. Over time you will see yourself improve. This post will show you my improvement over time and Practice Makes Progress – […]

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  • CultureFWD – February 11, 2015

    It’s been a busy 2015! I’ve been posting little updates on my social media but have been meaning to share my speech from February’s CultureFWD put on by the Town of Stony Plain. It will help you to get to know a little more about what I do and where I work. ” Hello Everyone. […]

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  • Golden Yeg Awards – March 25, 2015

    I have submitted illustration work for greeting/post cards in an effort to gain contract work with Chicken Scratch in Old Strathcona. They are already home to many talented Canadian artists. (Pop in their location, or message their social media with a note of support for me. I’d appreciate any kind words.) It is my hope […]

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  • Into The Mystic

    Now that Christmas has passed, I can share with you a commissioned Christmas present. “What do you get someone who already has everything…”. I resent all the junk that gets passed around on Christmas but this was a gift of meaning and memories. I really enjoyed hearing the thought put into this gift by the […]

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