September 2020 - Royal College Speech & Language Therapy
RCSLT have kindly asked me to illustrate a different theme every month on their website, to celebrate their 75th anniversary year. Above are three of the recent pieces I've done for them for June, August and September on themes of "Lifelong learning in speech and langugage therapy",  "Speech and language therapy around the world" and "Celebrating service users"
May20 - The Lawrenceville School campus map
June20 - Highlights magazine
So fantastic to be asked to illustrate this fun map of the Yellowstone Trail for US kid's magazine "Highlights". The trail was one of the first cross-country roads in the US, so I got to draw people in early 20th century costume and a Model T Ford!
May20 - BBC Wildlife magazine
A fascinating feature in BBC Wildlife magazine, about being able to trace evidence of animals through environmental DNA
April 20 - Birdwatching!
April 2020 - Nursery Management magazine
This cover illustration was for a piece on looming funding cuts in the nursery sector, worrying times ahead
April 2020 - Reader's Digest UK, Olly Mann column
An illustration for the "It's a Mann's World" column by Olly Mann, on his problem of hair removal
April 2020 - Washington DC, Downtown map
 March 2020 - RCSLT 75th anniversary poster
As part of the RCSLT's 75th year celebrations, they asked me to illustrate an A2 poster for their members, featuring some of the famous people who have had therapy, the services the college provides, and their service users, in a fun, engaging image
March20 - RCSLT website illustrations
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists have asked me to produce an illustration for their website for every month of 2020, to celebrate their 75th anniversary year. February's theme was on love of the profession and the people that use speech and language therapy services. March was about the women that work in the profession and their future in the role
Jan 2020 - Escape magazine, map of South West UK
December 19 - American Way magazine, South Florida map
October19 - Aer Lingus inflight magazine; map of Fishtown area of Philadelphia
October19 - Print Week magazine feature
September19 - Summer Picnic spot maps
August 19 - Timeout London and TFL
Loved illustrating this series of small maps for a Timeout/TFL guide to arty walks around London
August 19 - Reader's Digest, Olly Mann column
Olly Mann does a regular column in Reader's Digest, on various crazy things that have happened to him. In this column, he talked about his feelings on the impending arrival of his second child
July 2019 - Hand lettering headline
June 2019 - Spider kids' magazine
A lovely commission to illustrate some of the answers to a quiz about words with a double 'm'. I had totally free rein to show the anwers however I wanted in this border illustration, and I thought it would be fun to fit them all into one summery holiday scene
June 2019 - Aer Lingus inflight magazine
A little illustrated map of the Karolinenviertel area of Hamburg highlighting some little tourist hotspots!
June 2019 - Reader's Digest Cover
Another wonderful opportunity to illustrate for Reader's Digest, this was for their Grenfell Tower two years on feature, a sad and sensitive subject. The Art Director wanted to highlight how the community has come together to heal and look after each other since the disaster, so we worked with the Grenfell green heart icon to show members of the community working together
April 2019 - Aer Lingus inflight magazine
Great to be asked to illustrate this dps map for the new-look Cara magazine of an area of Boston
April 2019 - Loire Valley Map
April 2019 - Print Week cover illustration
Fun to illustrate this issue of Print Week magazine on the subject of cyber attacks! The art director requested an image of a phone being hacked into in some way and I came up with this idea of a dangling thief breaking into phone apps like secret files!
March 2019 - Map Illustrations for Timeout London
It was an epic but fantastically enjoyable task to illustrate 7 little maps in under a week for a special walking feature in Timeout London
March 2019 - Map Illustration for Timeout Glasgow
It was wonderful to be asked to illustrate a series of tiny galleries for a special feature in Timeout Glasgow on places to enjoy a cultured weekend
February 2019 - Map Illustrations for Reader's Digest UK and Billboard magazines
Who wouldn't love the chance to draw Prince, not once - as in the map above for Reader's Digest, for a feature on driving the Great Lakes region of the US - but twice! Below is a map for Billboard magazine, for a feature on the upcoming Grammy awards and things to do in LA whilst you're there, including catching Purple Rain at the Rooftop Cinema!
November 18 - Reader's Digest Cover
It was such an honour to be asked to illustrate the Christmas Reader's Digest cover! The Art Director requested this fun scene of Trafalgar Square with the tree all lit up and sparkly
November 18 - RCSLT Site illustrations
The Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists have recently updated their website and asked me to produce a few illustrations to accompany their 'About Us' and 'Become a Member' pages. I used their logo, which is made of dark and lighter blue squares, as the theme of the illustrations
November18 - Wings magazine
Apparently there is such a thing as a surfer's hotel that travels around on the back of a truck. The Art Director gave me free reign to interpret how it might look so I went for a kind of retro 1960s American motel as I thought that's the kind of style the surfer dudes might be into :)
November18 - Print Week Cover
As Brexit looms ever larger, a cover for Print Week discussing the possible outcomes of the talks in Europe and what this means for print professionals buying products from Europe
October18 - Times Higher Education
An opinion article for the Times Higher Education magazine, discussing the increasing number of short-term contracts offered to academics and university support staff and the need for all to work together to improve them
This was another idea that didn't make it for the Times Higher article on contracts but I thought I'd work it up to final stage. Here I was trying to show the idea of people working together to get rid of zero hours contracts
November18 - BBC Wildlife Magazine
What a treat to illustrate little critters for this great article on bringing wildlife back to urban gardens, for BBC Wildlife magazine
September 18 - Wings Magazine
Great fun illustrating this medley of Halloweeny stuff to accompany an article on fun facts about Halloween
August 18 - Orlando Magazine Cover
I loved illustrating this cover for Orlando magazine's August issue. They wanted the whole cover illustrated, including the cover lines and headline, as though it was a treasure map of the "Best of Orlando"
August 18 - Brittany and LA Maps for travel magazines
July 18 - Nestle Koko Krunch Advertising Competition
This was a really fun challenge to illustrate four extremely detailed scenes from four specific locations - the Amazon Jungle, Antarctica, the Great Barrier Reef and the Serengeti. The client wanted lots happening and their character "Koko" hidden somewhere in each location for the customer to find
June18 - Waitrose Weekend Maps
May18 - Ink Publishing
This was a really fun commission to illustrate a crowd scene, incorporating the different nationalities and some of the landmarks of those countries mentioned in the copy as great places to watch this summer's World Cup
May18 - Manufacturing Management
A great opportunity to illustrate a feature that discussed the lack of women in manufacturing. This was for a cover where the headline was to fit inside the middle cog/female symbol and for the feature spread
April18 - Waitrose Weekend magazine
Another couple in my regular series of maps for Waitrose Weekend, highlighting foodie and tourist point of interest
March 18 - Brittany Ferries magazine
A lovely opportunity to illustrate this map of the sights on the route from Poole to Cherbourg for Brittany Ferries
March 18 - Ink Publishing, Sleeper Train Map
I was asked to do another map for one of Ink publishing's inflight magazine clients, for a feature on the Caledonian Sleeper Train that runs from London to stations in Scotland
March 18 - Map of Sharjah for business travel magazine
I've done a few of these DPS maps now for a business travel magazine that discusses the great shopping areas to visit in different exotic locations, when you're done with the business deal
February 2018 - Waitrose magazine
Another in my regular series of maps for Waitrose magazine, always fun to bring the locations to life and give each it's own little theme!
February 2018 - Times Higher Education
Another of my illustrations for the Times Higher Education opinion section, which deals with all matters related to higher education. This one for a piece on graduates and how their numbers effect the economy
January 2018 - Ink Publishing
Ink Publishing asked me to illustrate this map of a cycling tour route around the beautiful island of Mallorca, including the stops made each day and some of the highlights of the island
December 2017 - Timeout London
I was really pleased to be asked to illustrate this map of Roman sites in London for Timeout London's kid's section, showing some interesting locations where Roman artifacts and ruins can still be visited for a fun day out!
November 2017 - Spider Kid's magazine
A wonderful opportunity to illustrate for US kid's magazine, Spider, for this fun quiz and answer page
November 2017 - Waitrose magazine
Some more of my regular map illustrations for the weekend magazine
October 2017 - Times Higher magazine
Another couple of recent opinion illustrations for the higher education publication. These were for articles discussing focusing on your work priorities and how to write your thesis
September 2017 - Map of Scotland, outdoor magazine
A lovely opportunity to contribute to a new outdoor magazine featuring a numer of wonderful locations in Scotland.
July 2017 - Hand lettering for summer food recipes
August 2017 - Times Higher Education
I love illustrating for the Times Higher Education, the articles are always on an interesting topic within higher education. This was for a piece discussing for-profit universities in America and the worry that this leads to a poor quality of education for its 'clients'
This was for a piece on being prepared to enter university
For an article discussing the government's wavering over the issue of tuition fees

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