A piece for the Walrus about measles making its way back to schools as the anti-vaccine movement gains popularity.
A piece to accompany a story about a groundskeeper who takes care of a Canadian war cemetery in Normandy.
This House is Haunted. Part of a personal series.
NYTimes Sunday Styles
A new one about how the paleo diet has now moved beyond the food into a whole lifestyle. Thanks to AD Barbara Richer.
I had a lot of fun working on the “Big Questions” issue of Mental Floss magazine out this month. Some of the questions answered include “Do giraffes get head rushes?”,”Why isn’t cat food mouse flavored?”, “What does space smell like?"and "Where does human language come from?”. Many thanks to AD Lucy Quintanilla for the assignment.
Teaching Tolerance magazine
For Teaching Tolerance magazine about adopting BYOD (bring your own device) practices in schools as budgets continue to tighten and many of the problems that come with this.
Something new for the NYTimes about finding balance between being a mother and returning to work. Thanks again to AD Minh Uong.
Some little icons for University of Calgary’s Alumni magazine about the different ways inspiration strikes.
It’s In The Air
Something for the Clean Air Strategic Alliance. This is one in a series of posters created by a bunch of other great illustrators. You can see the rest here at itsintheair.ca.