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Porter Escapes Interstitial Animation

A loading interstitial animation I made for Porter Escapes. The brief was to create a fun-to-watch, short loop that highlighted the ease of the hotel check-in experience. This was a lot of fun to make, using Blender and modelling full-volume objects, then flattening them into overlapping transition frames.

Porter re:view

I did the coding work and subsequent upgrades to Porter’s blog, and I’ve also been able to work on a few articles with fun illustrations. My favourite part of the blog is the little category animations that come up when you click an article. Give it a shot here! An article on packing for flights …

Interactive Wall, Ottawa Airport

One of my very favourite projects while at Porter, this was a series of four touch-enabled screens (about 5′ tall each) tied together by a large print wrap, installed in our gate area at YOW. There wasn’t really a commercial objective for this project given its location, so it was 100% brand lift and my …


About 5 years ago I started using up the time on my commute to work to draw, and I’ve been doing so steadily since then. I began focusing on climbers and have gained a modest following on Instagram. Drawing these brings me a lot of joy and satisfaction, and I hope you enjoy, and feel …

Porter Sale Creative

At Porter, the creative team produces something like 26 assets 2-3 times a week for sale campaigns. Over the years there, I’ve done countless new creatives on an incredibly short turnaround. Here are some of my favourites.