A cover and inside illustrations for the October 2013 issue of Therapy Today. The articles dealt with the topics of Workplace Counselling, Meditative Psychotherapy and the cover story of Counselling for Veterans.
Read an interview about my work for the issue here.
AD - Laura Hogan
A mixed material, hand-sewn wall-hanging based on a day trip to the beach.
Created specially for TOYS, an exhibition of over 30 artists and illustrators creating a mixture of 3D and printed work that is playful and fun. Co-created and curated with fellow Bristol-based illustrators Jayde Perkinand Ed Cheverton.
The show took place from 12th - 22nd November 2014, with all money made from the sale of work supporting the Wallace & Gromit Grand Appeal Charity in Bristol.
Two spot illustrations for children's magazine The Loop about the life of William Shakespeare and the myths that surround his life and work.
AD - Claudia Boldt & Eleanor Meredith
Crofters Rights Beer Festival
Promotional poster for a local beer festival in Bristol.
The design was then tweaked to create a limited edition screenprint for the event.
AD - William Kidner
Full page illustration to accompany 'A New Age of Adaptability' an article about adapting and pushing yourself to survive in the new professional landscape.
Written by Intern Magazine's editor Alec Dudson for Volume 2 of Another Escape
AD - Rachel Maria Taylor & Jody Daunton
Cover and Spot illustrations created for Belfast magazine, Quarter Beat, on the subject of the range of festivals and events happening around the city.
AD - Ryan O'Reilly
Full page illustration accompanying a harrowing story about a woman's struggle cycling through the tough terrain, weather, mountain ranges and language barriers of China, pushing her physical and mental limit.
AD - Mike White
A series of promotional posters for Bristol-based club night SpeakEasy.
AD - Andy Pilkington
Full page illustration for the co-operative owned, Bristol Cable, about the large multi-nationals that own Bristol Water and how local customers are feeling the effects despite rising profits.
AD - Laurence Ware
A self-initiated zine about the awkward lead up to sex. Exploring looser, quicker observational drawings with an emphasis on playing with shape.