Penn Gazette

It’s been a while since I’ve posted, so I thought I’d catch up with a few recent pieces from a favourite regular client, the Penn Gazette.

Legal aid for climatologists as they take on anti-climate science activists.

Legal aid for climatologists as they take on anti-climate science activists.

The Supreme Court advances a double standard that bodes ill for religious freedom.

The Supreme Court advances a double standard that bodes ill for religious freedom.

In Galapagos, humans and sealions struggle to coexist, but a novel project aims to turn local school kids into civilian scientists—and peacebrokers.  Illustrations: Tracy Walker | Art Direction: Catherine Gonterek

In Galapagos, humans and sealions struggle to coexist, but a novel project aims to turn local school kids into civilian scientists—and peacebrokers.

Illustrations: Tracy Walker | Art Direction: Catherine Gonterek

Global Brief

 

Like so many illustrators, I have a little wish list of clients, designers and art directors that I hope to one day work with. Louis Fishauf, one of Canada's most respected graphic artists & designers, has long been on that list.

An assignment came my way recently for Global Brief, a top-tier international affairs magazine, and with that, a chance to work with Louis. My resulting illustration accompanies a piece on Canada's potential role as an influence for change in international decision-making.

Yep, I'll be adding this one to my list of significant experiences, and collaborations... and as well, moving Louis' name from 'wish list' to 'favourite client' list.