This month’s Utah Adventure Journal article, Stay In Bed Or Go Mountain Biking, is about the age-old dilemma of wanting to stay in bed versus getting up and doing something productive, in this case, mountain biking with friends. I thought it would be fun to give my illustration a kind of Alice In Wonderland tumbling […]
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.
Got inspired to go for a retro video game theme for this one. The article is about an avid skier who “powers up” by eating Granny B’s Original Pink Cookies, and I couldn’t help but be reminded of Super Mario. This is my first attempt at creating pixel art, and I was surprised at how […]
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 […]
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.
Latest work for Ascent magazine. The article is about the correct way to pray to Ullr, the Norse god of snow, in order to have a good skiing season.
Editorial illustration for an article on an enthusiastic outdoorsman whose larger-than-life adventures lead to being confined to a wheelchair.