Editorial illustration for Utah Adventure Journal. For an article on the drastic changes in weather during late winter/early spring that make planning the appropriate outdoor activity difficult.
This was for an article about a skier whose wife pressures him into observing Dry January with her. If you are like me and have never heard of it before, Dry January was originated in England to challenge people to stop drinking for a month as a way to raise awareness about the health benefits […]
Illustration for an article about the loss of the writer’s beloved outdoor companion. While I was looking up photo references for one of the hiking trails mentioned in the article (which I obviously ended up not using!), I happened across a photo of the author and his dog. My initial idea was to draw more […]
This was for an article on an avid skier’s yearly ritual of getting ready for ski season.
Latest illustration for Utah Adventure Journal about the joys of sitting for a beer after thoroughly exhausting oneself from adventurous outdoorsy activity.
Did this spot illustration for Ascent Backcountry Snow Journal just before going on vacation, and realized I forgot to post it. This was for an article on a ski-lover’s knack for going out of town to do some other outdoor activity (biking, kayaking, etc.) and missing out on fresh snowfall on his hometown mountains where […]
Latest work for Utah Adventure Journal.
For an article on the challenge of balancing fatherhood with a love of skiing.
Recent work for Ascent Backcountry Snow Journal on the pleasure of relaxing in a sauna after a long day of backcountry skiing.
New work for Utah Adventure Journal on the art of “discovering” ski gear that everybody else has already been using for a long time and knows all about.