I have been working in conceptual illustration since 1996 and in this time I have worked on a wide variety of publications, ie business, financial, medical, lifestyle and corporate. The work on this page is a selection of my work to showcase my style’s potential. If you would like to see commissioned work please click here
This illustration is about hope and optimism.
This illustration is about why people need to vote in elections
This is about people having to work unsociable hours to make ends meet. Shift patterns conflict causing problems with relationships. I was inspired by the old weather houses with the lady and the man on a pivot.
This is about online pharmaceuticals
Illustration about phishing scams
Editorial illustration about how a career can seem like it’s going nowhere.
Illustration about failing career goals
This is about consumerism hindering the fight against climate change
This self promotional piece is about the rising cost of pharmaceuticals
This illustration is about how healthcare is trying to cut the amount of bureaucracy to free up time for patient care.
This is about how online some gambling companies use tactics to lure vulnerable gambling addicts into heavy debt.
This illustration is about how common identity theft has become and hackers are finding a way in via public wifi spots.
Conceptual illustration about how having no self belief or confidence can hold you back from being your true self.
Illustration about how some social media pages can have a negative influence on teenagers’ self esteem, giving them a false impression of what is normal in body shape. Reports say that this can lead to depression, anxiety is some cases anorexia.
This is called ‘Making Rainbows’ and is about hope and optimism, making something good out of a bad situation. This is available as a signed limited edition print from etsy.com
This is about releasing anxiety in preparation for interviews. Available as a print at society6.com
About gender equality
Conceptual illustration about how we are stronger when we integrate all races, cultures and social backgrounds. Available as a print from society6.com
Children addicted to devices such as ipads, phones and computers. The squid tentacles are a metaphor for the child’s fixation. This can be bought as a print from society6.com
About freedom of speech. This is available as a print on society6.com
Editorial illustration about science and innovation funding cuts
Editorial illustration about is about trust in business and not knowing who you’re really dealing with
This illustration was done as a self promotional piece about bullying. In the picture you can see that the bully is powered by fear and attention.
The cost of smoking
This is based on families in the UK experiencing highs and lows as the economy goes through turbulence.
The monotony of working in the city. This can be bought as a signed print from etsy here
This can be bought as a print on society6.com
The earth is slipping through our fingers. This illustration was to show how the earth is taken for granted and the beauty see now could be lost in the near future.
‘Self leaves’ is about people suffering from Alzheimers and dementia
About families coping with depression of a loved one.
Editorial illustration about how addictive ‘likes’ can be
Editorial illustration about how dispensable people are in the workplace in the ‘gig economy’
Recovering from depression
Editorial illustration about financial gains from deforestation
Public service funding shortages.
Parents controlling their child’s career path
Editorial illustration about ‘pink tape’ a new take on the glass ceiling. This can by bought as a signed print on etsy.com
Illustration about ocean plastic which you can buy as a signed print here
This is about fatigue during the middle ages. This can be bought as a print on society6.com
Illustration about turning austerity into prosperity
The little man not being heard
The financial pitfalls of being a home owner
Conceptual illustration about owning your own home
About teenagers on device for long periods
Conceptual illustration about the daily commute
Conceptual illustration about how unpredictable people’s mindsets can be.
Choosing a persona for the right situation