WHO I AM

I provide creative strategy and execution across a range of disciplines that include branding, design and marketing. Employed in agency work for 16 years ­— the last 11 as Creative Director — I’ve spent the last year and a half as a Creative Free Agent. With a unique mix of creative flash and technical know-how, my work delivers measurable impact and memorable outcomes.

Though work in amateur sport, culinary, economic development, tourism and travel most closely reflect my passions, I consistently pursue the unique and varied clientele that provide opportunities for experience and growth. My current client list include a number of national and international organizations in the aforementioned fields together with long-standing relationaships in the manufacturing, marketing and event, engineering and not-for-profit sectors.

Being a solo entrepreneur, I’m an enthusiastic observer of the evolving face of small, and creative, business. I enthusiastically gather new perspectives in the work/life balance, the inherent ‘value’ of work and the multi-dimensional creative. As a result, I’ve been asked to lend my expertise and experience on numerous occasions, to the growing conversation surrounding these topics.

The ‘life’ side of that balance revolves around my young daughter, watching her grow and explore, sharing our love of the great outdoors and seeing her own passions take root.

And, when time permits, I ride my bike.



Recent Work + Events + Inspiration

Nick Sieber Photoset

A broader spread of images I shot of Nick Sieber this past weekend. It’s always a blast to slide into an alternative creative role,...

Falling, Falling, Crash — 
Album Artwork

A major milestone for any young musician is their first published work — that first collection of music that leaves their instrument, announcing their...

ONLINE, ON TARGET

With winter just around the corner, the winter sport scene is ramping up at full pace. Facebook timelines and Twitter feeds are chock full...

RECENT WORK: Big, Green Machine

At over 50′ in length and weighing in at over 106,000lbs, the McCloskey International J50 Jaw Crusher is a monster of a machine. Operating...

On The Fly: Norman Hardie Winery

A small cross section of the many small, inspiring sights that caught my eye during our Ride for Africycle stay at...

Ride For Africycle 2012

The ride for 2012 is in the books and now, a week later, having caught up on some work and Daddy/daughter time, it’s time...

Noble, name games and other news

A bit behind, but here we go… Nobleness. Six friends staring down 140km of uncharted territory that we call home. Six friends rolling in together...

Two Wheels of Change

On On the morning of August 11, over a dozen cyclists will roll out of the Silver Bean Café in Peterborough, Ontario on a...

Everything’s Bigger in Texas

In the spirit of “Everything’s bigger in Texas” this update highlights big visuals, rides, inspiration and music.

I’ve been spending the last couple months evolving...