2019 Year End Illustration Recap! Thank you!

It’s been a great year for me and I owe a big thank you to everyone who has thought of me and my work this year. I love working as an illustrator and I’m grateful to have the opportunity to draw for so many different clients. I have a few personal projects planned for next year that I’m looking forward to working on and showing you. I may write a book, I may draw more basketball players, and I definitely have more chip stands to draw and paint as our Every Chip Stand Project continues. As always I have many goals to achieve and continuing to work with great clients is always number one.

Here are a few projects I haven’t posted about yet. Enjoy! All the best in 2020.

I’ve been enjoying drawing a number of monthly portraits for American Way Magazine.

I drew these lovely people for The Los Angeles Times.

I have a recurring gig drawing teachers for Lawrenceville School’s magazine.

What a fun one for Reader’s Digest Canada. For a cool story about a man who created a directory of Canada’s big roadside attractions.

I’ve been drawing portraits on a monthly basis for ROBB Report. Here are a few from the last little while.

Drum major flip! For Penn Stater.

I drew this as a gift to a friend of mine. This is a depiction of his lakeside cottage.