"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair…"
I opened this post with a personal piece called 'Disruptor', about the unpredictability of technology and politics, the feeling of seismic shifts beneath our feet.
This year felt like some kind of reallignment, or hiccup, or catastrophe, depending on your viewpoint or politics. I am hopeful for a new beginning in 2017, but frightened by the pace of change.
Having said that, I have to put together some images from the fall. I've been super busy the past few months, always thinking about posting some work, so my first resolution for the year is right here.
Above is a piece for Reader's Digest about understanding and treating Migraines. It's an interesting article and my son suffers from them, so I could really connect with the subject matter. Scientists are working on new strategies, getting a better understanding of triggers and brain physiology in the hunt for new insights and treatments.
I got a little lost in the details on this illustration for Watershed magazine about perils and peculiarities of pipelines.
Pour This Story Down Your Pipeline by Orland French.
Terry Gilliam was a huge influence on me when I was growing up, I always loved his animated work and connecting all these pipes and random elements made me think of the great things he did for Monty Python. I had a lot of fun pulling this together.
Up next is the 'Big One', for Vancouver Magazine, about the potentially devasting effects of a major earthquake on the coastal city. Pictured is the iconic Granville Street in ruins. Sincerely hope it never comes to this, Vancouver is such a beautiful city!
Promise I will catch up and post more work in the New Year. I have an exciting project in the works, more to come later!