Monday, 17 March 2014


I will be in Belgium next week exhibiting some recent textiles in the group show 'First Things First' Please see the details below.

OPENING on Saturday March 22nd, with LIVE MUSIC (tba)
SHOW until April 19th, 2014: Mo-Fr 10-19h, Sa-Su 9-12h
cc Ter Dilft / Sint-Amandsesteenweg 41 / Bornem

Thursday, 23 January 2014

How we got to now (02)

Here are some more style frames from the current animation project.

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Mindful Magazine 01

Set of Illustrations on parenting for Mindful Magazine

Therapy today

Recent editorials for Therapy Today magazine.

Monday, 20 January 2014

How we Got to Now

Since september  2013 I have been kept busy making work for an animation project. The work is for a six part TV series  produced my Nutopia  for PBS and BBC and features Steven Johnson
The Animation direction is being lead by Peepshow's very own Pete Mellor, and overall production is by Miles Donovan. The animation team is made up of the very talented  Chris Sayer, Nicol Scott, and Robert Grieves 
I cant say to much more about it at this stage other than the content is exciting and a challenge to illustrate and animate.
Below are the initial collaged images that were used at the pitch stage of the project. The idea being that these TV graphic moments  incorporate some of the archive photography used within the show.
The sequences will have to tell narratives and explain information.

Sunday, 19 January 2014


Last year year myself and the rest of Peepshow worked on a project for UCLH Hospital lead by Chrissie Macdonald and Emmi Studio. The final work can be seen here but below are some of my 
 initial roughs for a landscape wallpaper design.

Thursday, 16 January 2014

Secret 7

This years Secret 7  is coming up so I thought it's about time I posted my covers from previous years.
To get involved in this years event click here

Friday, 16 August 2013

Pyrennees Mountains

Inbetween jobs i've been working on a comic and i'm pleased to say its finally finished. Its a 58 pages long and has no words. I am currently looking into getting it printed so in the meantime here is a small sequence.

Thursday, 15 August 2013

Royal London Hospital

Heres some photographs from the recently completed second part of the Royal London hospital installation.


Du Jour magazine

A recent editorial for Du jour magazine. The piece was about yoga teachers becoming as wealthy as the people they teach.

Monday, 1 July 2013

Royal London Hospital

Recently i've been working on the second part of artwork for the Childrens outpatients ward at The Royal London Hospital( to see the first part click here ). Commissioned by Vital Arts and created along with Spencer Wilson.
The second part will be installed later this week and features a whole host of new parading characters include these two chaps. Birds and cat on broom illustrated by spencer.

EB Magazine

For this recent Commission I was given the idea rather than the copy. It was interesting to have to make a cliche work

Thursday, 27 June 2013


I was recently commissioned to produce the cover for this years Wigtown Book festival brochure.The theme was focusing on  the idea of Wigtown as a destination. People travel from near and far to be at the festival.Here is a mock up of the final open cover design.

Below are various rough versions.
At first I focused too much on my own colour palette with not another thought or research into Wigtown as a place. Overall these where way too 'tropical'

Further roughs, addressing the colour ways but also started to look at the difference between the elments being quite fragnented in a flat space or more of a full landcsape image.

Tuesday, 25 June 2013

New York Times

Recent Editorail for The New York Times. The article was about solace in the digital age.

Below is a rough sketch for the idea that wasn't used.It tackles the more negative aspect of the article showing  a man instagramming a plant whilst his wive is giving  birth

Monday, 11 March 2013

Wrap magazine

Peepshow were asked to contribute to the next issue of Wrap Magazine which focuses on ' collectives'.
These drawings were for a larger collaborative piece. they are based on the idea that collaborating can not always work and be dysfunctional