I create maps that tell stories, share information, and cultivate curiosity about the natural world and our place within it.
Maps are a balance of form (beauty, style, aesthetics) and function (navigation, information, storytelling). My maps are used and enjoyed by a wide spectrum of nature appreciators and adventure seekers: ultramarathon runners navigating a backcountry race course, plant lovers exploring a public garden in the Bay Area, a family backpacking the Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail together.
Map of the Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail. View more »
Daybreak Racing’s Backcountry Rise course maps and elevation profiles. View more »
The Wonderland Trail: Circumnavigation of Mount Rainier. A map and elevation profile of my 5-night solo backpacking trip. Pencil and digital color. View more »
Ocean Currents. Map series illustrating concepts in the book Wildlife Spectacles published by Timber Press. View more »
Coffee, travel, and community: a Nicaragua trip itinerary map created for Equal Exchange blog and newsletter. Map vector and bean illustration provided by the Equal Exchange creative team.
Map of the Ruth Bancroft Garden for The Bold Dry Garden published by Timber Press. View more »
Fictional mountain map featuring labels under the theme of “time”.
Map of Chanticleer Garden. Printed as endpapers for The Art of Gardening published by Timber Press. View more »
Map of the extent of the most recent ice sheet. Created for Nature’s Temples published by Timber Press. View more »
Ecoregions of New England. Created for Wildflowers of New England (A Timber Press Field Guide). View more »
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Trail runs, ultramarathons, and other events
For gardens, parks, and natural areas
For books, magazines, online or print publications
Prints for your home, organization, school, or office
Remember a special hike, trip, or event
Want an installation? A custom creation? Let’s chat!
I occasionally partner with the GIS wizards at Wonderland Mapping for select data-driven projects.