I'm a designer and illustrator:
My experience includes agency, in-house, and boutique studio workflows, as well as a solid understanding of client/studio relationships as a freelancer and independent designer. I'm comfortable in print, digital, environmental, and exhibit design.
I value the power of design in community:
I've been an active proponent of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada (GDC) since winning the 2011 National Scholarship Award, and I've been honoured to be featured several times in Applied Arts Magazine and the AA Design Awards. Currently a member and mentor in the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD); member of the Royal Heraldry Society of Canada (RHSC).
I'll always be a student:
I designed my first formal typeface in 2016 with an intensive course through the Carl Dair Typography Workshops at Coach House Books, in association with GDC and led by Kevin King of CanadaType. I now regularly consult on heritage letterforms and (re)create signage and inscriptions in the built environment.
I carry on my own personal projects too:
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CURRENTLY READING UP ON:
digital type design & revivals
'How Music Works' –D. Byrne
heraldry & blazons