Pete grew up on a farm in Southern Ontario. He would split up his day between drawing and playing with dogs. Now he sits in his studio and paints pictures. He's really into the Lord of the Rings, flat coated retrievers, and being a global warming alarmist. He used to help Art Direct a magazine, but that hasn't happened in a while. He currently teaches illustration at Sheridan College.
Clients include: Time, Monocle, Nautilus, Mother Jones, Wired, The New York Times, Advertising Age, Newsweek, Businessweek, The Walrus, Harvard Magazine, Plansponsor, The Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, Reader's Digest, The LA Times, The Boston Globe, Harvard Business Review, Barron's, The Progressive, AARP, The Village Voice, The New Republic, HOW Magazine, The Washington Post, Government Executive, Utne Reader, Golf World, Variety, Print, the Chronicle of Higher Education, lots of other awesome people.
Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

Listening to podcasts at twice the speed

MIC

MIC

Real estate optimism

Links

Links

the costs of USGA hosting are sinking some country clubs

Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

Poop transplants are a Snake Oil cure

Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

Paul Ryan’s “Last Resort”

Slack

Slack

Finding the human touch

Listed

Listed

The gains of being a business do-gooder

Variety

Variety

Hollywood Republicans sitting out this election

The Verge

The Verge

Microsoft bringing AI life to bots

Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

Being a Christian in the city *SOI58 Silver Medal winner

Time

Time

Prison reform complications

Nautilus

Nautilus

Indexing the internet *included in the SOI58 exhibition

the Village Voice

the Village Voice

Don’t Walk!
pedestrian casualties
*included in the SOI58 exhibition

Buzzfeed

Buzzfeed

Bully afraid to “come out” while in school

Links

Links

Hunting on course

Monocle

Monocle

Media’s political influence

HR Magazine

HR Magazine

Employees leaving helps keep the gears moving

NYTimes

NYTimes

Getting paid to exercise and be healthy

Variety

Variety

50+ers supporting indie films

Block

Block

mutually beneficial partnerships

Rotten Tomatoes

Rotten Tomatoes

Mural in the office of Rotten Tomatoes, showing the brand as the center of the Universe

Hemispheres

Hemispheres

Ego moves forward, when the body gives up

Worth

Worth

financial predators now protectors