In the late1970’s he was doing advertising layouts in Toronto as well as editorial cartoons for three southern Ontario newspapers. He was a regular contributor to Gene Day’s Dark Fantasy and known for his finely detailed and often humorous illustrations in other similar publications. Although he claimed these were a hobby he was nominated for a Balrog Award for his work on the Donald Grant edition of John Buchan’s The Far Lands. He considered Gene Day an inspiration and influence.
Gene Day’s Black Zeppelin, 1-2, June 1985: “Slaughter House Passing.” Writ., Gene Day: 8-12.
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Borealis, 1-2, Spring 1979: “ James DeMille: Canadian Pilgrim Through Space and Time.” Writ., John Bell: 9.
Gene Day’s Black Zeppelin, 1-2, June 1985: “Biography”: 7.