Welcome

My name is Patrick Stephens (Pat).

I am a Cartographer & Designer that specializes in designing outdoor recreation maps. My services offer a simple, clean, and attractive solution to those with cartographic design needs. I offer a holistic, all inclusive, Maine to California service that includes everything from photo editing to graphic design, data collection to fine map edits, brochure design to brochure printing, and more. 


D&L Trail Lehigh Valley Region Map (April 2018)

24" x 16" Map & Guide - Lehigh Valley, PA

The latest D&L Trail Map. This is a trail map that I designed while working as an employee for the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. This map was an improvement upon the last D&L Trail Map. It now includes locations of trailheads by lat/lon coordinates along with a little tutorial on how to use a smartphone as a GPS. Pick one up if you are in the area - they are free!


Hugh Moore Park Map (December 2017)

6' x 4' Map Panel - Hugh Moore Park, Easton, PA

Yes, it's big. This is a park map that I designed while working as an employee for the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor. It is large in both scale and physical size. One of my favorite parts of this project is the 1864 map inset at the bottom center showing the same location over 150 years later! The island was once an industrial park and it is incredible to see how much it has changed. 

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United States Map (Upside-Down) (May 2017)

24" x 18" Map - The United States

Yes, it's odd. I made this map for two reasons: I've always wanted to make a standard US Map and I've always wanted to prove to the world that North does not need to be up. North being up is a convention that is sometimes, but not always useful. 

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The Younger Dryas Event (December 2015)

This map describes the difference in land cover in Europe during the Younger Dryas Event. It was done as an optional project during my Climatology class in college. It was recently picked up by phys.org - check out the article here!