Tuesday, June 21, 2011

I was lucky enough to be part of this years Empty Bowls in Perth, Ontario. My good friend (and amazing potter) Jackie Seaton used the above image for the posters and tshirts. I was thrilled to be part of it!

Monday, May 30, 2011

The Lookout. Sketchbook 2011

I always loved the Bantha's in Star Wars...like a huge shambling wig with horns.
Tree of Life. I'd love to paint this. Pure chaos! It'd be awesome to see on a canvas...especially because the drawing is a bit of a mess.
I've been trying to sketch on a regular basis to keep the ideas and drawing skills flowing. Here's the latest... Bonsai Mind Control

Bustin' Moves Old Skool


Enlightenment (too bad dinosaurs can't read)

Owl King

Some recent sketchbook goodness...Oroboros
The Question?

DragonJoust (while listening to Beastie Boys new album HotSauceCommiteePartTwo. Nice!)

Owlmageddon...the owl of the apocalypse!


Monday, May 09, 2011

I had a blast working on a very short animation with my good friend, Joel Richardson.
It's called "Why I Don't Steal". I've never had a reason to try out animating before and I'm glad I finally got the chance.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Okay, I've been just horrible at posting as I've been working on the latest picture book, but I couldn't pass this one up. Here's my sketchy submission to the Modok Madness blog. I figured old Modok needed a little yoda love. "Feel it you must. Feel the flow."

Sunday, December 19, 2010


Sunday, October 31, 2010

Some jazzed up sketchbook scribbles.

Saturday, October 30, 2010

I'm having a book launch for Richard was a Picker (check out the new website!) on Nov 20th at a local library and I created this poster for Kaleidoscope Kids Books that will be co-sponsoring the launch.
For the website I did up some super fun activity sheets for your downloading pleasure. I also drew a comic that you can fold, origami-like, to make your very own minibook!! On the site there's even a place to have a sneakpeek at the book. I just received my copies in the mail last week and they look fabulous!

A couple of years ago I illustrated a book called What I Be with the amazingly talented musician Michael Franti. Above are a few of my favourite images from the book. The text of the book is
one of Michael's songs from his album "Everyone Deserves Music". He created a new version of the song for the book and it's on the cd that's included.