Designer & bike rider in British Columbia, Canada


  • Quintuple Motherf*cker

    Quintuple Motherf*cker

    Annual non-profit group ride I organized over the five hardest paved climbs in a single bike ride of 180km and 4,000m of elevation gain, in Vancouver, Canada. 2013–2020. Event marketing via social media—Instagram & Facebook—a different theme each year.

  • 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…

  • Steal This Poster

    I was the organizer for a guest lecture with David Wotherspoon, commercial litigator in intellectual property, at the Emily Carr University entitled “Who Owns Your Art & Design”. Developed with co-organizer Amanda Huynh, in conjunction with the National Research Council of Canada. February, 2009.

  • Food Design Charrette

    Primary organizer of an intensive, one-day, theme-based charrette for Design students at the Emily Carr University. The theme was “Food and Eating” an interdisciplinary topic relevant to studies in design but also social and economic issues, sustainability and health. The charrette coincided with a number of course assignments in the department as well as the…

  • 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.

  • 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.