Media and Press

The Greatest Paper Map of the United States You'll Ever See

Article by Seth Stevenson

Slate / online magazine; New York, New York, 2012

This Slate article put my cartography on the map.

Read it here


See Beauty Through The Eyes of a Master Cartographer

Video by John Rosman, 4 min 12 sec

OPB / Oregon Public Broadcasting; Portland, Oregon, 2018

The Slate article was about the art of the Essential Geography. This OPB video is about the artist who made it.

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The Renegade Cartographer

Article by Christina Cooke

High Country News / print and online magazine; Paonia, Colorado, 2013

Two quotes from the article:

“From across the room, the 4−by−3-foot Essential Geography looks like most any other U.S. map: 50 states, punctuated by cities and towns and crisscrossed by rivers and roads. But studying the image more closely, I’ve realized the map is not remotely standard fare.”

"He's well recognized as a guy who really does it right," says cartographer Stuart Allan, founder of Raven Maps in Medford, Ore.

Read the article here


The Art of Cartography

Interview by Brian Standing, 17 min 59 sec 

WORT / Community Radio; Madison, Wisconsin, 2017

It's fitting the radio station conducting this interviewed was in Madison, Wisconsin. In the 1950's, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Author Robinson became the first person in our hemisphere to move cartography from the engineering department to the geography department. In ways, my work is a continuation of Robinson's cartographic revolution. 

Listen to it here


The Art of American Cartography

Interview by Bruce Gellerman, 15 min 15 sec 

Living On Earth; Lee, New Hampshire, 2012

My interview on Public Radio's Environmental News Magazine"

Listen to it here


Map Man: The Art of Map Making

Video, 02 min 03 sec

BBC World News; London, England, 2016

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