What do you see?


I believe that design is meant to shift culture. It can be used for many things. Design can be used to sell products. Or to increase conversion rates. Or to persuade an audience. Or to make something easier to use.

But that’s not why I became a designer. I grew up looking with naive wonder at a visual landscape of graphic design, illustration, and video that confused, absorbed, and fascinated me. It’s important to me that I honour the feelings & experiences that the designers of those visuals left me with. I’ve heard some say that design matters because it’s not just how something looks, but the way the world looks matters more to me than anything. If that’s something you care about too, I’d love to talk to you.

The Day the Aliens Came


Inkubate Art Exchange



Walmart – Summer Deals

Tim Hortons – Product Photography

Tim Hortons – Catering

Tim Hortons – Camp Day

The Hunter

The Bessies – 2015 Award Show

Tawsh Has Hands


Summer Heat

Smoke Signals

The One Fifty Masquerade


Leopoldo’s Crowd

Joseph & Madame M.



Alzheimer Society

The Isolation of Samuel Morse

Air Canada – Your World Awaits

Air Canada – Rise Above

Air Canada – Corporate Identity

Air Canada – Ancillary Graphic System