Mr. Sherman's Cloud
"Mr. Sherman's Cloud" is my very first authored and illustrated children's book! Have you ever had a bad day? A day where from the minute you woke up there seemed to be a dark cloud hanging over you? You're not alone!
All That Jazz
"The memory of things gone is important to a jazz musician. Things like old folks singing in the moonlight in the back yard on a hot night or something said long ago." –Louis Armstrong
SLUG Magazine Cover
December 2018 cover for Salt Lake City's SLUG Magazine
Escape! (CQ/49 Winner)
Will our hero make it out?! This is a new promotional piece made entirely in Adobe Illustrator. Winning entry in Creative Quarterly #49/Illustration.
The Search for the Lightbulb Burglar
The Search for the Lightbulb Burglar is a coloring book adventure set in a steampunk world! Join our heroes as the search out the thief and save the day!
Works of Faith
Faith-based work depicting doctrinal themes from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The School of Dance
These two illustrations were used to announcemen the University of Utah's School of Dance merging of the Modern Dance and Ballet programs.
A simple sketchbook project to illustrate the rewards of exploration.
The Early Bird
The Early Bird Gets...
What Sayest Thou?
This biblical depiction of the adulterous woman being taken before Christ (found in John 8) has been accepted to the 11th International Art Competition for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
"Sweet Dreams" for Hello Kitty
Three-page short comic for Hello Kitty: Hello 40, a book to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Hello Kitty.
A Safe Place
A new work from my personal collection, created using ballpoint pen and watercolor pencils.
Skillful Rider
“Straight roads do not make skillful drivers." - Paulo Coelho
The Birth of Faith
"The Birth of Faith in the Crisis of Self-Understanding" for Humanities, a Brigham Young University publication.
Rossignol XV Magtek(s)
Illustrated decks for the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard, 2013-2016
Utah Addy's 2014 Call for Entries Poster
Poster illustration for the 2014 Utah Addy Awards call for entries. Winner of a Communication Arts Award of Merit.
Sing Your Song!
You've got to sing your song!
“Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed, to me: I lift my lamp beside the golden door.” –Emma Lazarus
Poster Design/Illustration
Poster Design for Concert and Theatre Productions
Philosophies of Men
Autobiographical work uses a constructed abstract with narrative elements to create a dialogue with the viewer concerning the conflicted nature of information and opinion.
Acta Non Verba
More walk, less talk
Personal project using traditional ink and digital tools to create a symbolic scene of Eve in the Garden of Eden.
BYU Magazine commissioned this comic to kick off a series of autobiographical stories from alumni that celebrate important moment from their student years.
Deep in the Sherwood forest hides Robin Hood, the outlaw royal, who robs from the rich to give to the poor.
El Tepui for Animal Jam
During my short time at Animal Jam, I was able to create a series of comics for their Wild Explorers magazine. This spread introduced readers to the natural wonders of Venezuela!
Sabrina, who?
My finale for Inktober 2018. The prompt was "slice", so our witch is getting a quick haircut, care of a bat with a scythe. I mean, how else would you do it?
Ex Machina
A glimpse into the future...
Something To Say
Everyone has something to say. Find your instrument. Find your voice.
Captain Nemo
Continuing my exploration of traditional ink and digital tools, I was inspired by the amazing Jules Verne character of Captain Nemo!
Only by wandering in the garden do we discover the choicest blossoms.
"Lovecraft" Kampion Card
Illustrated card for the Kampion Card game created by Lourenço Cunha.
The Tempter (Creative Quarterly 54: Runner-Up)
"And upon seeing her beauty, the Tempter wept..."
The Walking Man
Digital exploration of a traditionally created drawing using ProCreate on an iPad Pro to add color and context.
The Ordeals
Continuing the evolution of my dance inspired abstract ink work, I've begun to find the characters bound within the marks.
A Ship Where He Can Rest
"Whether the wrath of the storm-tossed sea, Or demons or men or whatever it be, No waters can swallow the ship where lies, The Master of ocean and earth and skies." -"Master, The Tempest is Raging" –Mary Ann Baker
Ink Revisited
Flow: Be Somewhere Else
This series extends my previous "Be Somewhere" series into more narrative and colorful concepts. It was presented at my solo exhibition, titled "Flow", at the Kimball Arts Center in Park City, Utah.
Before the Fall
Small series of graphite drawings focused on the concept of containment, conformity, and adaptation.
Owl Pellets for Animal Jam
This illustrated comic for Animal Jam's Wild Explorers magazine teaches kids all about owl pellets!
The Keeper
I've been wanting to play with watercolor for a long time. This illustration from my sketchbook was a great opportunity to experiment with different techniques.
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