Illustrations for Politico EU
To accompany articles about the morality and ethics of using AI within self driving cars and how they could potentially replace human workers in certain sectors
Illustration for Barrons.
Article is about how during times of high volatility in the stock market, some investors prefer to invest in no volatility stocks. It's almost as if investing in these stocks allows investors to achieve their inner zen or, find themselves in a peaceful and serene place mentally.
AD - Robert Connolly
Illustration for LWLies 74: Isle of Dogs
I was asked to reimagine the movie poster for ‘Bottle Rocket’ but with an all dog cast! All in honour of the new movie Wes Anderson movie 'The Isle of Dogs'
AD - Laurene Boglio
On-going editorial illustrations for Culture Trip
Studies of people, being all cool and stuff.
Cover, Inside Cover and spots For Jacobin Magazine
The issue is about the 100 year anniversary of the Russian Revolution. The concept being all the figures from over the 100 years are all sat in the cinema watching a movie.
AD - Ben Koditschek
Illustration for the Tampa Bay Times 'Latitudes' section.
The story was about the Fall TV schedule over in the USA.
Illustration for Times Higher Education Opinion Section, this one is about how detective novels always seem to feature a strong female academic character that supports the detective hero.
Illustration for Ad Map
To accompany an article about 'Marketing Bullshit' and how jargon and buzzwords are constantly changing, with new words being created all the time and overwhelming clients.
Illustration for Variety Magazine to accompany the film review of 'The Dark Tower'
AD - Cheyne Gateley
Summer Surfin Vibes
Illustrations for a special report on Green Aviation and how the industry is trying to reduce carbon emissions.
AD- Tim Ball
Illustration for The Telegraph Property Q&A section.
Quite a complex story on this one but basically it's about 3 directors of a block of flats that are arguing and have conflict following deliberate arson, with one of the directors reluctant to adhere to the strict insurance rules such as allowing his tenants to smoke in the flats.
Studies based around how people miss out on amazing moments because they're staring at their phone screen.
Howling winds, torrential rain, a massive drop in temperature... just the good old British summertime at its best...
Dreaming of Sunshine, Sea and Sands.
Illustration for The Telegraph property Q&A section about Land Registry and finding out what rights you think you have to your land and what right you and other people actually have.
A quick self portrait of me doing what i love
Spot Illustration for Bulletin Magazine
Spread for Blink Magazine
The new trend in eyewear
Personal work exploring scale
Illustration for Politico Europe
To accompany an article about a cyber attack on the German Parliament suspected to have been caused by cyber espionage group Fancy Bear.
Art Director - Tim Ball
If only this could happen...
Illustration inspired by the movie 'La La Land'
Quick one of the Champ, Anthony Joshua.
Illustrated Top Trumps deck.
Each card in the deck is based on an action movie
Created with Laurence King Publishing for Magma Books
Illustration for the 50th edition of the magazine to accompany an article about the movie 'The Tree of Life'
Variety magazine about predicting the winners for the Emmy Awards.
Article is about how HBO have launched an on demand service and how they are ‘cutting the cord’ on TV.
Illustrated Maps for National Geographic Traveller.
The issue is about AI and how it will change business and marketing in the future.
Illustration to accompany an article about how film awards season needs more central leadership.
The article talks about the uniting different countries using a common language and how different languages aren't neccesarily a barrier in communication.
Computer Arts - Upgrade Me
Illustrations to accompany an article called Upgrade Me, the article is a very handy guide about how to make yourself more employable.
Article talks about home birthing vs hospital birthing.
Article is about how fans of things like The Hunger Games, Twilight and One Direction have become almost cult-like and how marketers use social media and campaigns to tap into this.