The Bulk of my work is made up of editorial Illustration with clients ranging from small press to national newspapers. I use size play and metaphor to construct a narrative without complicating an image.
A Marathon In North Korea
Like The Wind Magazine
Guardian Front Cover
Front Cover- The World Today
Narratively- New York Times Crossword
Layoff anxiety- Polygon
Is Putin riding off into the sunset? - The World Today
Productivity and Mental Health- Personal sketch
Searching for Sleep
Sunday Times Magazine
Too little Too Late
Rough for Plan Adviser AD: SooJin Buzelli
Too many chef's...- Polygon
Art Student Magazine
Better than email?
Intercom.io . AD: Stewart Scott Curran
For Obsidian ( Messaging start up)
Virginia Hefferman on "Everything"
For Intercom AD: Stewart Scott Curran
Onboarding new employees
Running for Mental Health
Like the Wind Magazine
Millenial home ownership
The Guardian (Speculative)
The Skinny Magazine AD: Sarah Donley
Working From Home
two sided trump
Speculative illustration based on a Guardian article, which later went on to be exhibited in Paris as part of a satire show.
Lose the booze, keep the laughs
The Skinny Magazine AD: Sarah Donley
I sub specialise as a food illustrator. I absolutely love drawing food. If the image makes me feel hungry I know it has worked. My food and drink clients include: Tesco, Waitrose, Beer Necessities, Traveller Magazine, National Express, Counterpoint and Snacks Quarterly.
Traveller Magazine AD: Andy Knappett
Waitrose Weekend Ale Guide
Waitrose Magazine AD: Hugh Scorgie
Exhibition in Northern Quarter, Manchester.
Exhibition in Northern Quarter, Manchester
Personal work (was determined to not make the fish look like a cartoon)
National Express Magazine AD: Jane Cooper Collins
The Perfect Brew
Rough draft for a packaging pattern
Somewhat editorial illustration for Snacks Quarterly. AD: Jason Sturgill
Thanksgiving in San Francisco
The Bold Italic AD: Nicole Clark
Waitrose Weekend Magazine AD: Mark Richardson
I have been fortunate enough to contribute a few pieces to The Guardian Newspaper for both print and online.
Front Page Spot Illustration
Original full illustration
For an article exploring Jeff Bezos and his company Amazon taking over the world. Art Direction by Sam Morris.
Experts without Expertise.
Art Direction by Sam Morris.
2nd Amendment confusion
For a Piece on how both sides of the gun debate intemperate and misinterpret the original document. Art Direction by Sam Morris.
Rough draft idea for the Bezos Piece
Looked too much like an advert for Amazon
I use pattern in many of my illustrations. It’s such a fun way to play with an image, however simple and turn it into something wonderful.
I would receive feedback on roughs like “I would LOVE this as a shirt” and I have to agree. Textile design is something I’m looking to do more of in future.
Lifestyle and Commercial
Fantastic Company based in Dublin. Had the honour of illustrating wheelchair covers for them!
I had the pleasure of illustrating 12 essays for Polygon.com. I had never done editorial illustrations for a video games media platform before, the project allowed me to explore images in ways that not only had to be accessible to a casual observer of the content but also to the more well versed consumer. All the while maintaining a tone and style I would use for any other news publication.
I had a lot of fun with these, big thanks to Chris Sullentrop and Chris Plante for having me on this.
Link to the essays: https://www.polygon.com/2018/1/8/16863462/video-games-2017-year-in-review
Virginia Heffernan on "Everything"
Ken Levine on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Steve Gaynor on Nazi Punching and Wolfenstein 2
Charles Webb on Nier Automata
Meg Jayanth on Butterfly Soup
Usually where I develop and experiment with new techniques and ideas. And also where I draw lots of ladders.
The Skinny Magazine is a monthly paper out of Edinburgh, I have been a regular contributor for over 2 years. Their articles are always fun and allow me to get quite silly as a result.