Watercolour on paper, 5 x 5" each
6 x 27 foot mixed media drawing. zoom
In November of 2019 I partcipated in the Mapvember challenge to make a map every day for a month. The full set of maps can be seen on my Instagram account.
Day 30: Volcano
Day 29: Tunnel
Day 28: Bridge
Day 27: Derelict
Day 26: River. Read my tutorial to learn how to make this map yourself. zoom
Day 18: Alley
Day 16: Temple & Day 17: Tower
Day 15: Elevator
Day 12: Underwater
Day 9: Abandoned
Day 6: Hive
24 x 14" star chart. Zoom
Read my tutorial about how to make a star chart in ArcGIS Pro. Download the data used to make this map.
15 x 39". Zoom. I wrote four tutorial blogs about the making of this map:
Prep Your Cartography Project
Make a Custom Projection
Make a Custom North Arrow
Map of Gaelic place names in Nova Scotia, 36 x 36"
This map was made for Iomairtean na Gàidhlig, the Office of Gaelic Affairs in Nova Scotia, to accompany a webmap on the same subject.
Woodcut prints (reductive). 18 x 11" each
Woodcut prints, 4 x 6" each
Oil paintings, 4 x 4" each, Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Oil painting, 10.5 x 12"
Oil painting, 8 x 10", Maryvale, Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Oil painting, 12 x 18"
22 x 28". This map was inspired by the book "Mines of the Mojave" by Ron and Peggy Miller, 1976. Zoom
Read the tutorial for how to make this map using ArcGIS Pro.
Explore the story map
Oil painting, 8 x 10"
Oil painting, 20 x 10", Desert Hot Springs, California
Plein air oil painting, 6 x 8", Whitewater, California
Woodcut print, 11 x 11"
Hand-drawn map, finished with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. 11 x 17"
Map created for National Geographic with Christina Shintani. I provided the illustration and hand-drawn maps.