I initially graduated from Central St Martins with a degree in Theatre Design, and retrained as an illustrator. Since then I have used my drawing skills as an illustrator, printmaker and more recently as a live scribe.
Guardian Books. Cover for ‘Bring it on Baby’
A&C Black publishing. Cover and inside line drawings for ‘’How to Sound Clever’
Bloomsbury: Cover and inside line drawing for ‘How To Sound Really Clever’
Penguin: ‘The Meaning of Tingo’, ‘Toujours Tingo’ ‘The Wonder of Whiffling’, ‘Ten Minute Mysteries’ Random House: ‘Still Lost in Translation’ clover and inside drawings.
Countryfile Magazine, Radio Times, Guardian Newspaper, Independent Newspaper
The Green Parent, MacUser, Building Design, Emap, News International, The Idler
Radio Times, Campaign for Racial Equality, Lexis Nexis, The RSA, Anorak magazine
Drawings for Edinburgh University Marketing course
Ghent town council Belgium, logo for new town parks program.
NHS Scotland, heart health campaign
London Transport Poster Competition, shortlisted 2004 & 2005
Royal College of Psychiatrists: leaflet for PTSD, development of child-friendly website imagery.
Drawings for Kew Gardens Edible Table.
Live Scribing Examples
Royal Festival Hall. Workshop to explore the ‘Women of the World’ Festival.
Maggie’s Walk. Recorded walkers on the charity night hike that takes place through London.
EDF energy conference, 3 days. Exploring fuel poverty, at the Eden Project, Cornwall.
Osiris Educational teacher training conference. Recorded 2 workshops for the delegates.
Bournemouth Renewable Energy Fair. Recorded five 30 minute talks.
NHS Change Day. Recorded a 2 hour brainstorming session.
Board Intelligence. Recorded a 2 hour discussion on: ‘The Board is Dead, Long Live the Board’.
Vauxhall One away days. 2 full days of workshops and brainstorming for the employees of V1.
Locality. 3 day event for Community Organisers Camp. Training & workshops plus feedback.
Tenpin, Milton Keynes. Training day for managers, recorded speakers and workshops.
The Eden Project, Cornwall. 3 days of scribing for ‘The Big Lunch’ conference.
UnLtd, Birmingham. Minuted a training and feedback day filled with talks and workshops.
Usual methods of working:
Printmaking - screen prints from drawings from the real world and the imaginary one.
Scribing – drawn directly with chalk pens, on large roles of Fabriano paper taped to the wall.
Illustration work – hand drawn and reworked in Photoshop using a tablet.
Please look at my website for my portfolio:
And more work is here on my blog
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29.6 x 30 cms
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21 x 29.7 cms
The Flower Bed
Flowers for All