Lamplighters – Part 3, 2019

March 2019


Part of a new personal illustration series about quietness.  

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Lamplighters – Part 2, 2019

February 2019


Part of a new personal illustration series about quietness.  

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Lamplighters – Part 1, 2019

February 2019


Part of a new personal illustration series about quietness.  

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Herons

January 2019


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Moonlight

January 2019


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Lily of the Valley & the Nightingale

January 2019


This illustration was a part of Kid Icarus‘ 2017 calendar featuring a different artist for each month, of which I was selected to contribute for the month of May. Three Colour Screen Print, printed by Kid Icarus in Toronto. 12″ x 18″, 100lb natural cover stock Part of the 2017, Kid Icarus Calendar

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Muro Clothing

October 2017


Muro is a side project I initiated in 2017. It is a clothing brand that follows the themes of nature, quietness and minimalism. Clothing is sublimated dye printed, hats are flat embroidered and prints are digitally printed. Photography by Jason Renaud. Styling by Destiny Keller. Direction by Lauren C Lundy. Hair by Emma Marie Trottier. […]

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iHeart Radio – Beach Ball Lounge

October 2017


Event graphics for the Virgin Mobile Members Lounge at the iHeart Radio Beach Ball in Vancouver. Client: Virgin Mobile Canada Role: Designer & Illustrator

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The Day the Aliens Came

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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PAN

April 2017


PAN is a Venice-based hip-hop artist, whom I’ve worked closely with over the last few years. After returning from a year-long sabbatical, we took the opportunity to approach his identity with fresh eyes, and developed a system that better reflects the maturity of his craft. Client: PAN Role: Designer  

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Inkubate Art Exchange

April 2017


Inkubate is an arts non-profit that aims to eliminate barriers between artists and art-buyers through it’s events and performances. By partnering with galleries and artists, they create one-night-only experiences that broaden the traditional expectations of the gallery experience, while maintaining their mission of making art more accessible for new audiences. From 2016-2017 I served on […]

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Virgin Mobile – Sticker Pack

April 2017


A set of 42 stickers for Virgin Mobiles social team, used as Snapchat Geofilters, iMessage stickers, motion graphics and static images. Client: Virgin Mobile Canada Role: Designer & Illustrator Work created at Virgin Mobile Canada

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Virgin Mobile – My Benefits App Avatars

April 2017


User icons designed for Virgin Mobile’s My Benefits App. Each illustration represents one of the benefit category, and cues a direct benefit from their catalogue. Client: Virgin Mobile Canada Role: Designer & Illustrator Work created at Virgin Mobile Canada

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Foundation

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Walmart – Summer Deals

April 2017


Illustrated animations for Walmarts Summer Social Campaigns. Client: Walmart Canada Role: Designer & Illustrator Art Director: Raj Gupta Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada                      

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Tim Hortons – Product Photography

April 2017


Tim Hortons is arguably the brand that is most identifiable on the world stage in connection to the Canadian identity. The task of bringing to life an image for the brand that better reflected the demographic it proudly represents was accomplished by approaching their photography as well their overall visual identity as something that needs […]

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Tim Hortons – Catering

April 2017


A redesigned catering platform for Tim Hortons that focuses on specific highlights of the menu in two formats. Client: Tim Hortons Role: Designer & Art Director Creative Director: David Taylor/Matt Syberg-Olsen Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada  

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Tim Hortons – Camp Day

April 2017


A crest and graphic identity for Tim Hortons annual Camp Day, the annual fundraiser by the Tim Hortons Childrens Foundation that helps send children from low-income households to camp. Client: Tim Hortons Role: Designer Creative Director: David Taylor/Matt Syberg-Olsen Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada  

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The Hunter

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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The Bessies – 2015 Award Show

April 2017


Event Graphics for the 2015 Bessies including posters, banners, tickets, step & repeats and certificates. Client: The Television Bureau of Canada & Broadcast Executives Society Role: Designer Creative Director: Brent Choi Art Director: Denise Cole Copywriter: Saro Ghazarian Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada  

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Swim

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Two Colour Screen […]

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Summer Heat

April 2017


Two animated invitations from J Walter Thompson’s Staycation. Client: J Walter Thompson Role: Designer & Illustrator Creative Director: Yen Chu Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada  

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Smoke Signals

April 2017


An installation about a dialogue between two people. Created in collaboration with Natasha McDiarmid.

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The One Fifty Masquerade

April 2017


2014 marked the 150th anniversary of J Walter Thompson, and saw the fruition of many of the big changes that took place in 2013. To celebrate the occasion, JWT planned a grand sesquicentennial event that celebrated both the past and the future of the agency. The owl motif is pulled from the original J Walter […]

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Leopoldo’s Crowd

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Joseph & Madame M.

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Hyperaemia

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Embrace

April 2017


In 2015 I began creating illustrations that address the themes of loneliness & distance, to expand upon the work from my first solo show, The Isolation of Samuel Morse, which fixated on the role that separation and isolation played in the life of the famed inventor. This work belongs to that ongoing, untitled series. Each part […]

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Alzheimer Society

April 2017


When the Alzheimer Society rebranded the iPod Project (their music therapy fundraising series) in 2015, I was a part of the small team that pulled together the new identity and launched their first event. Under the new name of the Music for Memory Project, I designed a visual system for their first event, as well as a […]

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The Isolation of Samuel Morse

April 2017


The Isolation of Samuel Morse is an illustration collection that was shown at Album Gallery in Toronto, and ran from July 1st through August of 2014. Pieces from the show can be purchased here. From the didactic: “Loneliness is a part of a schism between an individual and their circumstance. The abject awareness of an individual’s own isolation […]

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Air Canada – Your World Awaits

April 2017


In the spring of 2014, Air Canada launched a new brand campaign that merged emotional photography with clean typography and a clear voice for the brand that aimed to elevate the experience of flying. Client: Air Canada Role: Designer Creative Director: Nicole Ellerton/Mark Lewis Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada  

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Air Canada – Corporate Identity

April 2017


Air Canada has held a variety of disparate corporate images that has corresponded with their many internal and external initiatives. The aim of this project was to consolidate the corporate voice of the company and present a strong, unified vision of Air Canada both internally and externally. Client: Air Canada Role: Designer Creative Director: David […]

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Air Canada – Ancillary Graphic System

April 2017


A graphic system designed to consolidate and align the ancillary messaging and programs of Air Canada. Client: Air Canada Role: Designer Creative Director: David Taylor/Gary Westgate Work created at J Walter Thompson Canada    

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Under the Mistletoe

January 2017


An illustrated campaign for Virgin Mobile, holiday 2016. Client: Virgin Mobile Canada Role: Designer & Illustrator Work created at Virgin Mobile Canada  

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