Geometric Christmas…

…New Holiday image for The Classic Camper Company (after Ernst Roch).

Further images can be seen here.




…Two new illustrations for the Fall 2017 issue of TulaneMed Magazine, published by the Tulane University School of Medicine.

The two images had to work together with a limited colour pallete even though the subject matter was significantly different as can be seen in the printed spread below.


The first ‘Brain Freeze’, accompanies an article on a new ThermoSuit to help in the aid of recovery for Stroke Patients.


The second, ‘Got Sunscreen?’, accompanies an article about a young medical student and his research and development of a gadget which uses LED light to detect whether there is enough sunscreen applied to your skin.

accompany an article about a young medical student and his research and development of a gadget which uses LED light to detect whether there is enough sunscreen applied to your skin.

‘Stand Stronger Together’…

…I was approached by TLC Holdings in the summer to produce a new piece of work for their re-design of the Association of Illustrators website.  As a longstanding member of the AOI (25 years and counting – ouch that makes me feel old!) I was delighted and flattered to be asked to contribute.  There are 6 images rotating on the homepage from some brilliant contempraries – Sam Chivers, Isobel Barber, Kirsten Sims, Julian Glander and last but but no means least, the great Oliver Jeffers, some great company to be amongst.

You can see more here.



‘Addiction Safe House’…

…New for Johns Hopkins Magazine, Fall 2017 Issue.

The story is about safe consumption spaces for illegal drugs, which a professor in the Bloomberg School of Public Health is suggesting as a way to combat drug overdoses.  This idea is modelled on Insite, located in Vancouver, which is North America’s first supervised drug injection centre; where people can safely inject, smoke, or inhale illegal drugs such as heroin, cocaine, and morphine. They are supervised by trained medical staff without fear of prosecution.

See more here.



‘Stiff Upper Lip’…

…A new image produced following an invitation to take part in the Great British Postcard Competition by the Marketing team for Saxoprint – Freestyle Interactive.

This piece is a response to the traditional ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ attitude of the British as described below:

None of us should be embarrassed, worried or even scared to speak about issues that affect our lives, why then are the British so scared about speaking up for ourselves or others and tarnished with a ‘stiff upper lip’ attitude? There are stories about nurses worried that if they say anything detrimental about their working conditions that they will lose their jobs, MP’s that have to resign when speaking up about the root causes for problems and even members of the Royal Family who can’t (until now) admit that major events have affected them. Recently the head of the London Fire Brigade spoke up about counselling after the Grenfell Fire disaster – maybe things are slowly starting to change – I for one hope so!


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…New illustration looking at Brexit in a positive way.  I was invited to submit work for the project by Julia Protesaru at Freestyle Interactive for Saxoprint.

Could Brexit lead to a renewed boost in British Trade & Industry, encouraging new ‘home’ employment, education and apprenticeships and subsequently lead to a greater economy?


See more here.