A selection of personal work produced over the last few years either for exhibitions, publications or for my own enjoyment.
Ancient Inventions- Tech Monthly
An Education Journal
Illustrations created for an American university magazine titled Theory to Practice: An Educational Journal.
Rather than going for a straight forward editorial approach to the layout, I wanted readers to get lost within the story as it flows throughout the four spreads. Conceptually, the illustration looks at life as being like a conveyor belt ; full of obstacles and challenges that we have to overcome in order to be successful. As the pages turn, the character grows older and technology advances.
Major props to art director Kurt Hansen, whom I worked closely with throughout the process and this helped me to achieve something I'm really proud of!
The Poetry School
Illustrations for The Poetry School seasonal brochures inspired by selected poems from the programme
Front covers and maps for various SHOP Magazines, designed by Global Blue.
Channel 4 Posters
Infographic posters designed with INT Works for internal use within Channel 4's London Headquarters.
Art Direction and collaboration with set designer duo Lord Whitney on two self-initiated projects.
A Step into the Third Dimension - An experimental project that resulted in a series of photographs that aimed to recreate my illustration style but in 3D form using a series of hand rendered props and costumes
Mock 'N' Roll - A body of work inspired by the most vibrant, iconic and downright weird record covers in history. 20 record covers were produced for 20 fictional bands/artists, with original songs penned by a whole range of different musicians inspired by this eclectic mix of covers. Go to www,mocknroll.co.uk to see and hear more
The Times - Eureka
A 6 page editorial feature about evolution, as the pages progress, the population increases and technology becomes more advanced.
Look out for specific characters within the illustrations that evolve throughout the spreads; from the animalistic caveman to the modern day human being.