Basketball isn't quite the same when you play with monster kids.
Best friends tend to pick up similar habits don't they?
Illustration for the short story, "While You Sleep, Computer Mice Earn Their Keep",
Illustration used as an ad for independant New York art supply store, DaVinci Artist Supply.
What happens in an animals mind while they are sleeping?
Client: The Boston Globe
AD: Kathy Lee
An enchanting meeting in the dark woods.
Paul Bunyan grew so tall that he was able to comb his beard with a pine tree.
Illustration for the short story, "When the Aliens Stop to Bottle", about an alien attack on a train. Published in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact.
A boy raised by coyotes, Pecos Bill is one of America's most famous folk tales.
Illustration for The Globe and Mail's "Facts and Arguments" section detailing a woman's experience with the pitfalls of moving from the city.
Some workers seem to be goofing off on the job.
Illustration for a short story published in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, in which a spore gives animals an "undead" revival.
Illustration for a story published in Carrier Pigeon Magazine, about a young woman who meets the wrong person during a night out.
Selected by the Society Of Illustrators Annual 57
A child's creativity sometimes can get out of hand.
With technology gaining speed, some question if our care could ever be in the hands of robotic practitioners.
As time goes on we are more tied to our devices than ever before.