Designer & bike rider in British Columbia, Canada


  • Whistler Ride

    Whistler Ride

    Printed handbill for local cycling team’s annual charity ride from Vancouver to Whistler, British Columbia. Recycled craft stock.

  • Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

    Marine Mammal Rescue Centre

    Concept, design and development of a series of promotional and educational graphics and signage for the Vancouver Aquarium’s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre (MMRC) in Vancouver, a non-profit dedicated to assisting marine mammals in need of help along the British Columbia coastline for 50 years. In preparation for their annual open-house and fundraiser I created a…

  • Penguin Hat

    Penguin Hat

    Promotional handout for the Vancouver Aquarium. I designed the custom die-cut, offset printed run of 4,000. Two creased arcs encourage folding the flat print into a structured visor. Adjustable fit for children and adults. Illustration by New York-based artist Brendan Wenzel.

  • Penguin Point

    Penguin Point

    Design and development of exhibit collateral for the Vancouver Aquarium’s Penguin Point, featuring seven African penguins in a new purpose-built habitat. As an education- and conservation-focused institution, exhibit panels were to function as a second layer—after the excitement of viewing the birds themselves—that could help describe and explain the seen behaviours and significance of these unique…

  • TCR Identity

    TCR Identity

    Identity and applications developed for a local cycling team, Triple Crown Racing. From initial rides together to final vector files, approx. two weeks. Inspired by cycling racing colours of the 1990s and the profile of Vancouver’s notorious ‘triple crown’ mountains: Cypress, Grouse and Seymour. Vancouver, 2011. Part of the development process involved communicating remotely with…

  • Push / Pull

    Push / Pull

    Lamps for kicking, cramming, swinging and hanging. Created in conjunction with Re-Fab: Design for Sail, a partnership between Canada Place and Vancouver Architecture For Humanity Society to repurpose the fabric from the old Canada Place sails. Exhibited at the IDSWest (Interior Design Show West) in 2011. We created a series of material experiments—verbs to push sail with. We…

  • Rescue Stories

    Rescue Stories

    Marketing identity and exhibit graphics for the Vancouver Aquarium’s Fall 2011 promotion, Rescue Stories, highlighting the animals and work the non-profit has done in both rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing or caring for a variety of marine-based animals in its long history of conservation. Key to telling each animal’s story, many of which had resided at…

  • Beaty Museum Displays

    Beaty Museum Displays

    Over the course of nine-months I was contracted to design, illustrate and produce exhibits and graphic collateral for the launch of the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia. I created over 100 displays examining a range of ecological, conservation and evolutionary topics, incorporating hundreds of specimens and working in conjunction with the…

  • Subtle Forks

    Subtle Forks

    A tangential look at Canadians—who they are, what they like and how they got this way—though the lenses of their contemporary film narratives, settings and characters. A series of films I curated for the fall 2009 screenings at the 221A Artist Run Centre in Vancouver.

  • Lower Vancouver

    Lower Vancouver

    During low tide a 0.5 cubic metre of sand is removed from the Spanish Banks beach in the City of Vancouver, lowering the average elevation of the city by 0.00000000055 per cent. August, 2009. Photography by Jason Edwards. With the assistance of Brian McBay, Michael Johnson, Oliver Li. Poster, shovel and bucket of sand later…

  • Nice Fit

    Nice Fit

    A 16-month design thesis in collaboration with Tobias Ottahal, exploring how objects fit together in subtly satisfying ways. The project developed over two major phases and two manifestations: The table creates indentions for objects to fit into on demand; when the object is removed, the table becomes flat again. In addition to exploring conceptual and…

  • Emily Carr Says What?

    Emily Carr Says What?

    Advertising campaign proposal for the university’s Graduation Exhibition. After securing $37,000 in donated advertising space we designed a series of two-part campaign posters. Short slogans appear to disparage, or have fun with, the school’s reputation. But when backlit, turned, or re-read new and improved slogans are revealed. Language translations were produced based on city demographics…

  • Personal Measures

    Personal Measures

    Gauge blocks built to specification for important angles in my life. Water jet-cut steel, custom cut foam in wood case, guidebook and poster design.

  • Blind Man

    Blind Man


  • Unit


  • Stack


    While the roommates were away for the weekend I cleaned up the living room. Eindhoven, NL, 2008.

  • Action Lunch Belt

    Action Lunch Belt

  • Tin Can Phone

    Tin Can Phone

    A functional tin can phone suspended from the Granville Street Bridge to Granville Island in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The quarter kilometre line created a surprisingly large amount of stress and pressure from the wind and its own weight. In collaboration with Misha Olynyk.

  • Foundation Show

    Foundation Show

    Joint concept, design, printing and photography. Our four-person project was the winning entry in a juried competition to promote the University’s year-end Foundation show. A poster, series of flyers, wayfinding system, signage, and exhibition labelling were designed and produced. In collaboration with Tobias Ottahal, Amanda Huynh and Andreas Brœndhaugen.

  • Hand Gestures

    Hand Gestures

    Three minute performance video about the cultural interpretations of hand gestures, inspired by the documentary methods of Errol Morris and the performance aesthetics of Laurie Anderson and Martha Rosler. The video currently has over 190,000 views on YouTube. Modeling by Amanda Huynh and myself.

  • Valentine’s Cabaret

    Valentine’s Cabaret

    University cabaret, pub night and fundraiser organized by first-year students at the Emily Carr Institute. Timeline for marketing was about two weeks, budget around $0.

  • Dice Man

    Dice Man

    Dice Man. An ongoing collaborative project with Andreas Brændhaugen, started 2005.

  • Big Deal

    Big Deal