Traditional watercolor trout and digital map illustration showing some of the water features and structures on this beautiful private ranch. my venture back into the painting world as I pursue a much more beautiful approach to trail maps, utilizing brush and watercolors. With guidance from Jim Niehues, I’m excited to continue to learn a time-honored tradition of terrain illustration as has been passed down for generations. Vector illustration of Camden Snow Bowl’s updated trail system, new lifts, and new base area features. This beautiful community ski area is the only ski area in the lower 48 that provides an ocean view! Illustration of the recently expanded Lost Trail / Powder Mountain ski area uniquely situated on the Montana and Idaho border. Illustrated Campus Map for walking tour brochure. Also printed at 36′ x 48′ to be used as wayfinding signage at various campus locations. Had the privilege of working with both the Glen Group and Cannon Mountain in creating a new trail map for the iconic Cannon Mountain Ski Area. Overview oblique map of San Francisco and ~ 45 architectural vector illustrations to be used in historical walking tour of US cities. Project via Mapformation, LLC. Created a range of info-graphics and designed multiple versions of this brochure to highlight the diverse and extensive transportation system of the RTA. Brochure also featured an illustrated map of Dubai, drawn by Jean-Louis Rheault. Georeferenced map and brochure design for a 180-mile hiking trail dedicated to spiritual unity and the human connection to the earth. This trail dedication is the first of its kind in the United States. Cartography, illustration, and layout/technical support for this photo-rich book celebrating the natural and cultural diversity of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Book published in celebration of the 10th Anniversary as a Coral Reef Ecosystem Reserve Georeferenced measured drawings, renderings and photo simulations for a pump storage hydro-electric project and adjacent windfarm. On July 30th, 2010 the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) 34th World Heritage Convention in Brasilia, Brazil, agreed to inscribe Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument as one of only 26 mixed World Heritage Sites in the world. Under Section 106 Mitigation Measures an interpretive sign was created to help tell the history of the Mono Gate One Diversion Structure and its roll in the LA Aqueduct. In accordance with NPS HABS/HAER Standards – Measured drawings, illustration and Map were also created. NOAA/Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument – World Heritage Nomination: Preparation of the nomination document for inscription on the World Heritage List 2009 Rad Smith is thrilled to announce the completion of the nomination document (280 pages) for the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument to be considered as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). Summer/08 – Rad completed vector illustration of Heavenly Village to show the location of 323 Ranches on the Tahoe Rim and proximity to Stateline, NV, Heavenly Ski Area, Heavenly Village, Lake Tahoe and other nearby amenities. Source.