I was contacted to realise a mural sized customer journey/roadmap illustration for Aurum Insurance. After several incarnations, here’s the final image (looks v pixelated here for some reason, but not sure why)
I was contacted to create a small range of merchandise sketches in black and white for children visiting the Museo Dell Opera Del Duomo in Florence, Italy. The drawings (one of each of the relevant landmarks there) are to be printed on notebooks and t-shirts.
I’ve been working with an investment banker on illustrations for her PHD with London School of Economics. The themes are (broadly speaking) banking culture and micro-finance. Amongst more technical infographics we also worked together illustrating anecdotal moments of her life and career to inform the study. Reka has an amazing story to tell, from her childhood in Soviet Hungary, to a high level banking career in NYC/London, to her current position in the Far East, investigating the human rights of Filipino maids in Hong Kong. Here are a few pages (black and white, for now) from her research paper.
I hastily printed trial copies of the first chapter in my self penned graphic novel ‘Paparazzi’ for ELCAF 2015, at which I shared a stall with my studio group. Watch this space for updates!
I did a couple of live drawing animations with GIG for Roche in the summer of 2015. Here’s a clip of me at work on the first and a link to the second, which is now on youtube:
I made a 16 page kids activity book for my local National Trust site Sutton House. I had lots of ideas but limited space and time, so kept it simple. The artwork is now being formatted by Jade Wheaton of the Cargo Collective, and will be published soon!
In the summer of 2014 I painted the signage for a new conceptual garden at The National Trust’s Sutton House. The site is a Tudor House in Hackney, where the garden was used as an industrial site for many years. The project is a collaboration between The National Trust, The House of Fairy Tales and artist and gardener Dan Lobb. I heartily recommend a visit!
I was commissioned to decorate two rooms in an immersive theatre fund raiser and educational project for All Saints ARK Academy in South London. The project focused on Maths Mastery; a programme making leaps and bounds in the teaching of maths in schools using visual language as it’s prime communication tool. It was my job to cover the walls with mathematical equations and diagrams. I learnt more about maths in the week I was there than I ever did in five years of secondary school!
Here’s an animation for a pitch to create a child centred play garden in Hampton Court in. The brief was a collaboration between Dan Lobb, DaviesWhite and The House Of Fairy Tales. The animation was by Room 60. I drew some concept art work, and then the assets for the first minute (i.e. the parchment/ ye olde looking intro). click the link for more details: