I have made a lot of changes in my work and life this fall. I began teaching at Sheridan, a huge leap for me in terms of lifetime goals and also a big commute. It's a major adjustment to make, but the experience has been very positive, so far. It is also a reason why I haven't posted much work lately. I have been super busy, assignment wise, so look for some upcoming posts about what's on my desk and what I have been doing this fall.
I was happy to have my work included in the latest Work/Life annual, published by Uppercase. They are based in Calgary and put out some fantastic and inspirational collections of designers, artists, and illustrators, and Uppercase magazine.
I was asked to create an illustration of my studio space, something that I designed and built myself. Since I spend most of my time in the studio, it is something that holds a central focus in my life. Having the right place to work, to be creative is critical to my success as an artist. Everything has to fit together.
Lots of great talent in this collection, like James Gulliver Hancock, Carey Sookocheff, Michael Byers, Jessica Brilli & more.
You can see more images of my studio here. You can also find out about why I need a compass.