I’m an Award-Winning Registered Graphic Designer and illustrator with an affinity for clean lines and simple colour schemes.
Hailing from the tropical paradise known as “Toronto”, I’m currently working as a freelance designer who has run the gamut of design work – logos & branding, publications, exhibitions, motion graphics, and almost everything else in between. Clients have included The Toronto Railway Museum, Ontario Sports Hall of Fame, SteelRails Sessions, The Angel Foundation for Learning, Maximum City and Room2Create. I previously spent five and half years working in-house in the education sector and also ran the nationally recognized visuals department at my university’s weekly newspaper.
When I’m not sitting at a laptop or a sketchbook, I can often be found catching up on the latest Oscar-season movies, or binging episodes of Taskmaster for the eleventh time. Either that or I’m cheering on the Leafs as they inevitably get my hopes up for a 30th consecutive season, or bargaining with our cat to “stop biting cords, it is not your dinner time yet!!”
Oh, and Tony Kornheiser once dubbed me “Predictions Boy” on an episode of Pardon the Interruption. So that was neat.