Editorial illustration gives me the chance to work in a fast turnaround environment with an exciting news story.
I’ve developed this new style; loose, colourful, and exciting, to specifically cater for the needs of editorial publishing. Bright and eye-catching artwork to accompany the text and bring the readers eye in.
Working with clients around the world
Since starting out as an illustrator I’ve worked with magazines across the planet, from Country Life in the UK, to Flying in America, and La Settimana Enigmastica in Italy. My style is clear and bold and reproduces extremely well in print.
Here’s a selection of images –
101 year old Doris launches herself off the top of Portsmouth high-tower.
Captain Kidd’s treasure – lost forever.
Limit put on number of books prisoners can read inside.
Spooky ghost freaks out endless supply of dogs crossing haunted bridge.
Typical bank holiday weather in the UK.
Hamsters responsible (possibly) for the arrival and spread of the Black Death Plague.
Massive drugs haul retrieved off Scottish coast.
Rental prices in London are astronomical so people are sharing with strangers.
Marathon Des Sables. Looks uncomfortable.
Beans! Hold up!
Latvian army of pony-tail soldiers taking warfare online.
Insubordination in the ranks. Junior soldiers lacking the discipline required.
Safe box raid, a la Hatton Garden job.
Surrey rental market is phenomenally expensive.
Tour de Yorkshire.
Sat nav takes trusting user to the end of pier – and off it.