As part of The House of Fairy Tales Media Planet area at Byline I designed a giant newspaper for children to fill in with their own stories. There were also some guest appearances along the way!
As part of my Event Illustration practice, I was invited to take part in the World Energy Council’s Future Scenarios workshop. The content and discussion was fascinating and as usual a great experience for me as an artist to capture the content in a dynamic and effective way.
In the treatment room of Clare Ward, I was commissioned to create a ‘word wall’ for patients to read during physical health diagnostic sessions.
Ark Education group commissioned me to create a colour-in mural for their Pop-Up exhibition on London’s South Bank in December 2017/January 2018. The artwork was designed at my studio, then printed onto a 12ft X 8ft canvas . The colour in billboard style mural was rendered all the colours of the rainbow by the various visitors over the course of the exhibition.
I’m working with NHS Surrey and Borders Partnership and have painted a mural capturing key messages in their quality improvement strategy. “Great People make wonderful things happen here!”; NHS is truly inspiring- the jewel in the crown of our nation’s culture.
I was invited to three schools in London to run artists workshops around the theme of city river life. We chose to focus on irrigation, plumbing and sanitation. The results will be displayed as photo collage banners along the South Bank, all commissioned for The British Council and Totally Thames Festival. Here’s some photos of models made by students of Coombe Academy, using household cleaning materials to celebrate those who keep our cities clean.
I painted a mural in the new office for Swiss Re Insurance in Kings Cross. The brief was innovation and tech, so I created a series of fun and futuristic scenes around London, each covering themes of the broader project, including AI, Supply Chain, Learning, and The Internet of Things.
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)