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Lexington

Lexington, Kentucky is the self-proclaimed Horse Capital of the World and if you love all things equine you must visit the Kentucky Horse Park. It is also a well-known destination for bluegrass music, Civil War history and bourbon distilleries. This map appeared as part of a travel feature in the April/May 2017 issue of Country magazine.
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Nabesna Road

Nabesna Road is a 42-mile bumpy stretch of gravel road between Slana and Nabesna, Alaska. It is one of only two roads that access the Wrangell-St.Elias National Park. Hop in your 4WD vehicle (you’ll need it to splash through several creeks that cross the road) and enjoy the Mentasta Mountains and plentiful wildlife you’ll encounter along the drive. I created this map in a whimsical style to accompany a travel feature in the February/March 2016 issue of Country magazine.
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Rhode Island

A simple map of Rhode Island showing the location of various places mentioned in a travel article in Country magazine.
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Florida to Sicily

This map was published in the Summer 2018 issue of Windsurfing Now magazine to illustrate a surfer’s journey from Florida to Sicily to enter a competition.
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Miles City, Montana

This map was published in the February/March 2017 issue of Country magazine.
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Magdalen Islands

The Magdalen Islands are a small group of islands in the middle of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The islands feature a variety of coastal landscapes including steep red cliffs, pebbled beaches and expanses of wide white sand as soft and beautiful as any that you’d find in the Caribbean.” (from FamilyFunCanada.com) This map appeared in the July 2012 issue of Country Extra magazine.
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John Muir Trail

The John Muir Trail stretches for 210 miles across California’s Sierra Nevada range. Most of the trail lies above 8,000 ft and offers incredible high alpine scenery. This map was published in the August/September 2012 issue of Country magazine.
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Canada Windsurfing

This digitally illustrated map was created as part of a set of 3 maps for Windsurfing Now magazine’s Summer 2018 issue. The story identifies some of the best windsurfing spots in New York, Vermont and southeast Canada.  
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Down East Maine

This is a digital map I created for a photo essay about Maine’s rugged Down East coasts. I kept the map clean and simple so as not to detract from the beautiful photography on the page. The map helps to orient the reader to the location of some of the photos, and assorted points of interest. It appeared in the 2016 March/April issue of Country magazine.
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Sitka

Not every map needs to be detailed or intricately designed. Sometimes you want to simplify a complex location. Like I did with this map of Sitka, Alaska. It’s probably one of the simplest maps I’ve ever done, but it worked well in the context of the finished page layout. It doesn’t demand much attention, it’s just there to set the stage for the accompanying photos. It appeared in the November 2016 issue of Country Extra magazine.
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