Experiment 52 is an ongoing weekly experimental illustration project involving myself and three other illustrators. Here are some of my favourite pieces.
The neither here nor there of gender and how we choose to express it.
For the June issue of Quill and Quire magazine and an article regarding readers using local papers' top book lists as a means of finding new writers and novels.
AD: Erin McPhee
For my graduating thesis from Sheridan College I created a children's book called The Blue. It deals with themes of mental illness in a simple and approachable way.
Samuel comes home to find something strange: the ocean has moved into his house. So begins a journey in understanding what we can and cannot control in life.
For the Winter 2017 issue of the Nature Conservancy of Canada's magazine and an article about American Badgers being a little bit territorial.
AD: Steven Balaban, Evermaven
Poster for the Polaris Music Prize 2016, commemorating Carly Rae Jepsen's album E.MO.TION
AD: Gilbert Li
A weekly in-progress project exploring some of the sillier and lesser known baseball terms.
A cover page and accompanying spot illustrations for the brand redesign of a Toronto wealth management company.
Client: Genova Private Management
For Intercom's blog and an article about tailfins and the flaws of dominant designs.
AD: Stewart Scott-Curran
Personal project for Anderson .Paak's single, "Come Down".
For an article on palliative care in McMaster Univeristy's Alumni magazine.
AD: Simon Oakley
For an article in The Globe and Mail called "What It's Like", a series of short personal essays discussing ordinary people living through extraordinary events.
AD: Ben Barrett-Forrest
For the Globe and Mail's 'What it's Like' series. This story comes from a father who is coming to terms with his daughter's brittle bones disease.