Part of a pitch for a reboot of Alligator Pie. I just love this cutie pie.
Part of the pitch to reboot Alligator Pie. My little gators get into all sorts of mischief.
Authors for Indies
This was a poster I designed for the 2017 Authors For Indies day. Only 24 were made. Organizers then held a draw and gave away 20 (signed and numbered) to customers who had visited independent bookstores.
The Blister Sisters
Like the vile step-sisters, these two make Cindy's life miserable in my picture book Splinters.
Cindy finally gets help from her magical Fairy Goaltender.
I love the sense of joy and freedom in this opening spread from Splinters.
Part of a series in which I imagined Masters as modern street artists.
Part of a series in which I imagined Masters as modern street artists. (You'll also notice Paul Gaugin giving his thoughts.)
Emily reluctantly goes on a family cross-country trip. She gets through it by collecting souvenirs to send home to her cousin Sarah. Here, she comes across a loose T-Rex tooth.
Emily reluctantly goes on a family cross-country trip. She gets through it by collecting souvenirs to send home to her cousin Sarah. Here, she comes across a prairie sky, and wonders just how to send that home.
I draw cats a lot, not just because they are fun, but also because the deeper you go into the essence of "cat" the more ideas pop into your head for visual fun.
A simple Cat moon based on a circle and a triangle, but it tells a bigger story the closer you look.
Tintin , eh?
I was invited to reimagine Tintin in a Canadian context. So, of course, he would be foiling a plot to steal the Stanley Cup. Snowy is making sure he doesn't forget the bone-shaped hockey stick.