Some people only put their foot in their mouth…
My latest illustration fro UAJ, Burning Sean, required a bit of extra care. It’s for an article about a perfectly innocent yearly pre-ski season ritual/party gone wrong. It also involves a bunch of drunken white dudes with tiki torches burning an effigy of their soon-to-be-married friend, Sean. As a long-time resident of Charlottesville, Virginia, I […]
My latest illustration for Ascent is about not treating one’s ski gear too preciously. You can check out the full article here.
I had the wonderful opportunity to take things in a very different direction for this month’s Utah Adventure Journal. The article is about the apparent contrast between the author’s inner sci-fi nerd (guilty pleasures!) and his love for athletic outdoor activities like skiing, mountain biking, kayaking, etc. One of the things he narrates in the […]
Recent editorial illustration for Ascent Backcountry Snow Journal. This was for an article on the types of weather patterns that make for bad or even dangerous skiing. In it, the author fantasizes about founding a government agency that would spare no expense in making sure that winter mountains are brought to optimum skiing potential.
Recent illustration for Utah Adventure Journal. The article is about how most people who go to Utah for a job only plan on staying there for a few years before moving on. However, the ones who are into skiing usually end up staying for all the awesome skiing Utah has to offer.
Latest illustration for Ascent Magazine for an article on the various schools of thought as to what types of music qualify as mountain music.
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 […]
This was for an article on an avid skier’s yearly ritual of getting ready for ski season.
For an article on the challenge of balancing fatherhood with a love of skiing.