FJÄLLRÄVEN CLASSIC 2016
This map was completely designed in QGIS and Adobe Illustrator. Not yet approved by FENIX Outdoor for distribution, sale, or reproduction.
As a freelance cartographer with Maps For Good in 2016, I was assigned a map for publication with author and photographer, Eric Mindling. Starting with a print map of Oaxaca, supplied by the author; this series of screen shots depicts a typical map-production workflow for print. The high-resolution PDF shows my work as the front-endpaper inside the book's hard cover. Michael Signorella was the Art Director and Graphic Designer for this publication.
israeli aerial strikes
This animation is the final output of a process that included:
- Editorial source material
- Ministry Tourism of Lebanon Map for georeferencing/accurate place-names
- Place-name parsing of the source material
- Geocoding the parsed text data
- Smidgen of manual attribute data entry
- ArcMap raster and vector geoprocessing
- Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator styles for the basemap
- After Effects sequence animation for the thematic content.
Battle of Chancellorsville, Virginia
Allied Losses of the Iberian Peninsula
Battle of Coral Sea
germany and berlin after world war II
These two maps were made using a traditional ESRI ArcMap to Adobe Creative Suite Workflow. I started with various sources (one, two, three, four) provided by historians and editors. The major sources of the maps are USGS (elevation), Natural Earth (rivers, ocean, coastline, populated places), DIVA-GIS (historical admin boundaries), OpenStreetMap (various Berlin Metro Extract data), and then some additional research by myself and the historian for checkpoint locations.
The tan-hypso tinted elevation was styled in Photoshop using various filters, adjustments, and blending modes between the DEM and hillshade.
Fonts, color style, and textures for the map template were chosen before I joined before I joined the company.
Geographic areas of Command
British & American Bombings of Europe
FIGHTER ESCORT RANGES: WORLD WAR II
Oslo II Accord
fort henry & donelson
Battle of Manhattan
Tour de France 2013
The Tour de France is known as one of the most prestigious, if not the best, road cycling race in the world. As part of my role with National Geographic Maps, I was asked to make this ArcGIS web map to be used in a GeoStories™ Player.
To use this map, zoom in and out using the double-click feature of your mouse or the scroll wheel. You can click on the start and end locations to get more about the winners of each stage, the elevation profile, and links to their official web pages.
Note: I do not control or own the overlaying data for the web-service. This map is embedded via my ArcGIS online account.
2013 - I was asked to recreate this map of Europe (1914); showing political powers and their allegiances before the beginning of World War One. This map was designed for a History of Warfare eBook on the iPad. This was a project, outside employment, which I learned a great deal about ESRI ArcMap exported to Adobe Creative Suite map publishing.
2013 - While working with National Geographic Maps & Envision The James, I was asked to work on a print map for regional distribution. This Heritage & Recreation Features map shows a variety of GIS data from parks to public river access to civil war battles of the James River Watershed.
2013 - While working with National Geographic Maps & Envision The James, I was asked to work on a print map for regional distribution. I supported my supervisor, Frank, in the creation of this map with GIS organization, GIS analysis, map/data processing and map labeling. This map shows the various conservation lands, easements, unprotected areas of high ecological integrity, important birding areas, and coastal conservation areas in the James River Watershed.
2012 - Magna Township in Salt Lake County was in need of a parking analysis and review before potential monies would be allocated to a special redevelopment district along main street in the historic part of Magna.