I'm an illustrator, printmaker, and surface designer based in Toronto.
My squiggly playful style has been described as "Paris in the 1950-ish". It's influenced by the work of mid century illustrators but infused with a fresh modern sensibility.
An incomplete list of things I love includes Saul Steinberg drawings, brogue shoes, vintage barcarts, Stephen Sondheim musicals, wandering in bookshops and the word "aplomb".
My silkscreen prints are a favourite amongst Interior designers and have been featured in numerous magazines including Apartment Therapy, Canadian House + Home, The Globe and Mail, and Covet Garden.
When not working I loves reading, dinner parties, and tucking in bed with the latest netflix documentary. I'm also known for never turning down a request to tapdance.
- Neiman Marcus
- Crane Stationary
- The Four Seasons Hotel
- The New York Times
- The Toronto Symphony Orchestra
- Real Simple Magazine
- Penguin Books
- Chronicle Books
- te Neues
- Bon Appetit Magazine
- The Globe and Mail
- Brooks Brothers
- The Hudson's Bay
To see some of my press, click here.