I started out in TV animation (1990–2000) where I worked in nearly all aspects of production—from key animation to layout to storyboards—on numerous TV shows and direct-to-video movies. That period included a two-year stint in Indonesia (1992-1994) where I helped found a studio called Red Rocket Animation, acting as Creative Director and training all the artists.
From 1997–2001 I produced and distributed (throughout the US and Canada) my own line of illustrated greeting cards, which led to working full-time as a freelance illustrator for several years, and then as graphic designer and web designer.
In 2003 I co-founded a collective of Vancouver illustrators called the Jupiter Project. Over a period of 10 years we held nearly two dozen group shows, selling paintings, prints, and t-shirts.
I continue to occasionally design t-shirts which can be purchased here on my site, at Society6, or at this shop in Vancouver. I'm currently working as Layout Supervisor on a Dreamworks production slated for release on Netflix in early 2016.