Sir Edmund Hillary

A person I have always been fascinated with. I love the mountains, and admire how tough Sir Edmund Hillary was. He and Tenzing Norgay are an inspiration, although I know I will never do it like they did!

Media: Guoache on Panel

Client: Myself

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Roberto Clemente

The baseball legend, Roberto Clemente was also very active with charitable works in his home country of Puerto Rico and Latin America. He died in a plane crash while delivering aid to earthquake victims in Nicaragua. Kellogg’s wanted to honor the Hall of Fame-er with a commemorative cereal box, and my illustration was used for promotional artwork.

Media: Brush and Ink on Mylar

Agency: Associated Design Services

Client: Kellogg’s


Walt Whitman

A friend commissioned me to draw this for his wife. She is a writer herself, and Walt Whitman is a particular favorite. It was done after a famous photograph of him with my own added “twist”. It looks very nice framed in their dining room.

Media: Graphite on Paper

Client: Shawn MacInnis


Uncle Leo

He’s not my uncle, but is he a great and generous friend. This was done after a photo back in his “younger” days. Given the time period and the subject, the paisleys just “floated” to mind.

Media: Graphite on Paper

Client: Barbara MacInnis