Designer & bike rider in British Columbia, Canada


  • Action Plan: Zero Plastic Waste

    Action Plan: Zero Plastic Waste

  • CityStudio SFU Posters

    CityStudio SFU Posters

    CityStudio, a multi-university collaboration institute working with the City of Vancouver, hired me to design a series of six information posters for their SFU Business students. Each class group had developed a marketing strategy and business development project related to deconstruction in Vancouver. While the research and analysis was great, they needed help creating a…

  • Clothing Swap

  • Advent Calendar

  • Womens Cycling Camp

    I joined a cycling club in Vancouver this year and they asked me to design a poster for them. Womens Cycling Camp is a month long, bi-weekly set of lessons led by my friend and coach/racer Lisa Howard. It’s for women ages 15-22 that want to learn some organized cycling skills (how to ride a…

  • 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…

  • Big Ambition Campaign

    Big Ambition Campaign

    Concept, design and custom fabrication for a bus shelter ad campaign. After securing a $37,000 worth of advertising budget from the City of Vancouver and CBS we created this parallel slogan and graphic identity to run in select shelter spaces. During daylight hours the official poster slogan reads “Small school big ambition” while at night…

  • 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.

  • 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.