Tuesday, July 22, 2008


Vote Mookie Morris for Canadian Idol!
(Monday nights on CTV, check your local listings)

Image created for Mookie-Mania, summer 2008
(but fer real, the kid's really that good...)

some recent and not-so-recent work

visit the site in the fall for a new book-bag full of updates
(fresh new pencil scent included!)
in the meantime...

2008: A Rock Odyssey
Chris Martin and Brian Eno take off for a new galaxy
SPIN Magazine, Reviews

Who Are We? Coming of Age on Antidepressants,
The New York Times Science Section

Cheeseburgers (Carl's Jr. Cheddar Jalapeno Burger, 1 of 12)
Antenna Magazine

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Thursday, July 3, 2008


Here is the piece I did for Uppercase Gallery's Work/Life Directory.

Sign of Spring

Janine Vangool of Uppercase put together an amazing book of talent...here is her vision:

"Being a professional illustrator or photographer is a full-time job that goes beyond the mainstream nine-to-five: tough deadlines mean working through the night and photo shoots might whisk you away to unexpected places. Flashes of inspiration can happen anytime, so your sketchbook is an indispensable appendage. You might spend innumerable hours secluded in your studio, or perhaps you’re a regular at the local coffee shop. Chances are, your work and your life are one and the same and you wouldn’t have it any other way."

Work/Life is a book celebrating Canadian illustration and photography. Unlike magazine awards annuals or traditional illustration directories that are little more than picture books, our publication delves into what fuels a creative life. Participants were interviewed about their creative focus and artistic technique as well as their inspirations and aspirations. Sketchbook pages, studio shots, inspirational objects and personal photography allow us to peek into their work and their lives."

Happy to be part of another great Uppercase project!

View a preview of the book below (click on the mini-preview to upgrade to full-glory size)

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

new blog, new baby!

What better way to welcome the world of the blog than to welcome a baby to the world!
(Well, really no relation at all, but I need an excuse to post a shot of my new nephew.)
Welcome Campbell Hendrie Wotherspoon!

Ah, to be in love....