This is a piece I created for The Manifold Magazine for their 'Anonymous' issue. The piece is about how internet anonymity allows a single person to take on various alter-egos.
An illustration for Spindle Magazine's 'Position Of The Week'.
This illustration was fun because I was able to take the character way out of the gym and place him in the woods.
'Being Human' Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2014
My illustration 'Death Don't Us Part' placed in the annual under 'Highly Commended' in the student category. This piece is based on the title 'Being Human'.
'This piece explores human nature and the ideas that make us unique in regards to love and death. The title is based on the phrase 'Til' death do us part' but the image is of two skeletons holding hands in the earth - hence 'Death don't us part'. It’s the combination of the simple (bare bones) and the complex (love). It was created using Photoshop, a Wacom tablet and a scanned paper texture for the earth.’
Two edited versions of an original pencil piece I created called 'Painter'. I used it as an opportunity to experiment with Photoshop; colours, textures etc.
A character-based project inspired by photo booth images.
Gig Posters - London
Gym Class Magazine
An illustration I was asked to do for Gym Class Magazine based on the film 'Heathers'.
I decided to do the piece based around Winona Ryder’s character Veronica at three important points in the movie. I imagined what it would be like if, instead of three Heathers, there were three Veronicas.