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.
Here’s my latest work for Utah Adventure Journal. It’s always fun to illustrate something that references hallucinating since it’s basically a license to take things a bit farther than I would otherwise. Below is a work in progress shot with my awesome Huion LED lightpad.
Spot illustration for Utah Adventure Journal.
Editorial illustration for the newly-launched backcountry ski magazine, Ascent. You can check out the online version of the magazine here.
Latest work for Utah Adventure Journal for an article called “Curse of the Beercation.” According to the article, microbrewery tours and early morning kayaking don’t really mesh well together. Who knew? Below is the sketch that got approved along with an alternate idea for a zombie-themed illustration featuring drunken hipsters on a microbrewery tour.
Latest for Utah Adventure Journal for an article about a die-hard skier’s quest to find something to do in the summer besides skiing.
Here’s my latest illustration for Utah Adventure Journal. The article was on the dilemma of whether or not to share with the world local, hidden trails, swimming holes and other outdoor spots.
Last month’s map was for Louisville in my home state of Kentucky. This month features Jim Thorpe, PA. Next month we’ll start to see things gradually turning to Fall…
This month’s map for Blue Ridge Outdoors covers the Outer Banks of North Carolina and is a fun departure from my usual approach. The features highlighted for the article cover the full length of the OBX, which gave me the perfect excuse to go for a bit of a pirate map look, with the treasures […]