Illustration for "Friends ‘Til The End" by Bethany Neal on Tor.com

Illustration for "Friends ‘Til The End" by Bethany Neal on Tor.com

Poster illustration for OCADU’s 99th Annual Graduate Exhibition.

Poster illustration for OCADU’s 99th Annual Graduate Exhibition.

Illustration for Scientific American for an article about possible lingering side-effects of anaesthesia. 

Illustration for Scientific American for an article about possible lingering side-effects of anaesthesia. 

Passenger

A painting for “Brink”, Antler Gallery’s benefit show for the Audubon Society of Portland.

Passenger
A painting for “Brink”, Antler Gallery’s benefit show for the Audubon Society of Portland.

Illustration for Alberta Oil about two conflicting pipelines.

Illustration for Alberta Oil about two conflicting pipelines.

Illustration for Scientific American for an article about illegal wildlife trafficking.

Illustration for Scientific American for an article about illegal wildlife trafficking.

Illustration for the New York Times Book Review about the history between women and alcohol.

Illustration for the New York Times Book Review about the history between women and alcohol.

My piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s Rolemodels Show opening October 25th

My piece for Light Grey Art Lab’s Rolemodels Show opening October 25th

Illustration for Popshot Magazine, for a poem entitled “Exorcism” by Gavin Bryce.

Illustration for Popshot Magazine, for a poem entitled “Exorcism” by Gavin Bryce.

Spot illustration for Canadian Lawyer magazine about a ruling which determined that legal battles between parents can lead to family violence. 

Spot illustration for Canadian Lawyer magazine about a ruling which determined that legal battles between parents can lead to family violence. 

My piece for Ghostbook, a collection of ghostly themed images and comics from a variety of artists and illustrators.

My piece for Ghostbook, a collection of ghostly themed images and comics from a variety of artists and illustrators.

Public Brains

Despite our feelings of shared understanding, there’s no real way of knowing if any individual’s experience is the same as another’s. 

Public Brains
Despite our feelings of shared understanding, there’s no real way of knowing if any individual’s experience is the same as another’s. 

Cyber-disinhibition

By undermining the nuances of human interaction the internet inadvertently encourages the free reign of negative and often destructive emotional impulses.

Cyber-disinhibition
By undermining the nuances of human interaction the internet inadvertently encourages the free reign of negative and often destructive emotional impulses.

Seeking Substance

Technology has made the process of finding information incredibly simple, inhibiting our capacity to become truly knowledgeable

Seeking Substance
Technology has made the process of finding information incredibly simple, inhibiting our capacity to become truly knowledgeable

Universal Understanding

Our brains may never be able to fully comprehend the complexities of the universe, but knowing our limitations should not hinder exploration or contemplation.

Universal Understanding
Our brains may never be able to fully comprehend the complexities of the universe, but knowing our limitations should not hinder exploration or contemplation.