"Putting a Positive Spin on the Story of Cycling" is a project developed by the School of Modern Languages at The University of Bristol and led by Professor Martin Hurcombe, exploring the experiences of cycling later in life. It aims to combat negative images of cyclists, and to capture and reflect the feelings that these riders associate with cycling. I was very pleased to illustrate this article and interviews with three editorial illustrations. Read the full article here.
I was very pleased to collaborate with the award-winning Bristol-based creative agency Six on a project for one of their long term clients. I produced a series of illustrations, which put a cartoon twist on a set of presentations aimed at employee engagement workshops.
I created this illustration for the Mothers Rise Up campaign that supports the Youth Climate Strike. This visual was published online on Earth Day, 22nd April 2019.
Series of illustrations for the Bristol-based charity Bluebell Care for the UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week organised by the Perinatal Mental Health Partnership.
This illustration was published in the issue #3 of PEACH Magazine, Alien She. This international Paris-based zine aims to gather works produced by artists who identify as female.
Series of illustrations for a French book in progress written by Yoann Faugeron.
An illustration submitted to the publisher Tower Block Books for their Public Buildings competition.
A bilingual children’s book in progress to learn to look at our home through architect’s eyes.
An illustration library fanzine on different types of habitat. Purchase here.
An illustration library fanzine on our natural environment. Purchase here.
Binding Design proposed to The Folio Society for The Book Illustration Competition in partnership with the House of Illustration.
An illustration library and a style guideline for the French vintage eshop Vintage & Cætera.
Illustration for a publication from Ideas Tandem on the subject of sisterhood.
The activist Stacey Clare asked me to produce a series of illustrations for her TEDx talk challenging societal attitudes towards strippers. More on the East London Strippers Collective here.