Thursday, 19 May 2011


Sorry it's been a while posting, been busy completing my degree.

Here I am with some of my work at my university final year exhibition.
Was a really good night, had a very good turnout.
Will be participating in another exhibition next month in London. Will post up the details when everything is fully confirmed. Peace.

Up to the Sky

Here's an updated version of a scene from my book. Finally decided on a title too, Up to the Sky.
You can see the development from the previous posted sketchbook raccoon. Much prefer this, has more depth.
Hope you enjoy.

Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs!

Looks like I've got a problem with dinosaurs, I'm a bit too fond of them. 
Here's a scan in from the sketchbook.

Business Card

Here's my business card deign. Nice and simple. Got the logo on the back too. Haven't got them printed yet but will be doing so very soon. 


Some sketchbook examples of the imaginatively titled Boy from my picture book.
These are probably gunna be the final colours I'll be using for him. Might change the look a little though.


Being chased by a dinosaur, not fun. Think I will be using this design on some promotional material.

James and the Giant Peach

Here is a cheeky little cover I made to enter in the Puffin Design Award. It's of James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl, obviously. 
A great book. Tried to do Dahl, and Quentin Blake, justice. 
Didn't get picked in the end, like the final product though, not sure about the type anymore.

Friday, 1 April 2011


A sneak peek at a character from my upcoming picture book.

You Could Wrap A Million Candles Into A Torch...

Painting based on a Slow Club song.

My Mirror Speaks.

Potential story book double page spread.

Hank in 3D.

A 3-page graphic novel idea. Hank the chimp finds a pair of 3D glasses and things start to change for him.

Campfire Society.

T-shirt design for music site, Campfire Society.

Digital Biscuit.

A t-shirt design for Digital Biscuit.

Alice Practice.

Potential book cover for Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

You're So Last Summer.

Self-portrait using differing perspectives, based on one of my favourite albums.