• Full Sketchbook (2009-2015)

    I’ve been working on some larger design projects this year which has left me to fill my social media with illustration. I’ve always been so unsure about if what I am posting is good enough, if my style is good enough, if my style has definition, and every other bit of art insecurity. Trouble is, […]

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  • Art, Tea, and Books

    I wanted to update you as to where you can find some of my illustration/art originals for sale. There is something special about seeing pieces in person versus on a screen. I currently have pieces hanging at: The Keephills Public Library in the Hamlet of Keephills 15 – 51515 RR 32A Perks Coffee House King […]

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  • Is It Time To Update Your Logo?

    I’ve been working on a few logo updates lately. How do you know when it’s time to update your logo? It needs to be a calculated decision. You need to review and consider the following points. Did you forget to initially invest in a good design? Some business owners are strapped for cash when getting […]

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  • Client Highlight: Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta

    I’ve recently been working with an organization that you may be familiar with if you are a local Albertan: FCSSAA – Family and Community Support Services Association of Alberta. They are an incorporated non-profit society that provides support services to over 200 FCSS programs across Alberta. FCSS is where “locally-driven preventive initiatives can be developed, […]

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  • A Reintroduction to Colouring

    It’s been awhile! Let’s get straight to it then! I’ve seen many questions regarding adult colouring and since I’ve started releasing some of my own I thought I’d offer some answers. Adult Colouring FAQ Q: How do I choose a book? A: If you are new to colouring or haven’t done it in years, you […]

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  • Dynamic Duo

    You may or may not know that I don’t offer website creation services (this doesn’t include web graphics). It just isn’t my passion and I think the person you hire should be passionate. I do understand though that some of my clients need that service which is why I’ve started a dynamic duo with Jennifer […]

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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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