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Harold’s Hat illustrations, July Highlights Magazine

I had the pleasure of working on another double page spread for the July issue of Highlights. In the story “Harold’s Hat”, Harold constructs the best 4th of July hat ever! Huge thank you to Patrick Greenish for the opportunity, and the super fun subject matter! Here’s how it appears in the issue: Some of […]

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SCBWI Conference excercise: Caterina Study

These illustrations were done for a recent SCBWI conference exercise. We were assigned the task of creating an illustration based on the script for “Caterina and the Perfect Party”, published by Dial Books. Here are some of my exploration sketches:

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SCBWI Conference excercise: Bear and Lolly interpretation

This image is from last year, but I like how it turned out so I thought I’d share it. At the SCBWI Canada East Conference back in October 2014 the illustrators in attendance had a pre-conference assignment. Our task was to interpret the characters and produce a page from the Bear and Lolly manuscript (published […]

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Spot Images – Clubhouse Jr.

Here’s a few spot illustrations I did for the Clubhouse Jr. Magazine joke page back in February:   What do you call a ship that gets covered in jam? The Jelly Roger. What do you call a kiss from a cow? A moo-ch. What form of martial arts do loaves of bread practice? Tae kwon […]

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Lookin’ Large: Puzzle Illustration, Clubhouse Jr. Magazine

(Click image for larger version) Here’s a fun puzzle illustration I did for the back cover of the March 2015 issue of Clubhouse Jr. Magazine. There are 24 items hidden in the scene that begin with the letter “L”. Can you find them all? If you are stuck, the initial sketch is below with a […]