A commission completed for Dewynter's Reception, London.
Google Think Quarterly Magazine
A collaboration of 12 illustrators organised by YCN and Church of London, creating a huge illustration for Google's Think Quarterly magazine.
Once the image was completed, it was photographed and digitally seperated into 2500 different rectangles, each of which would become a one off cover for the book. The book was printed 2500 times with a unique special edition cover each time with a huge poster also enclosed in the magazine's front cover.
Hoarding designed for Heart of London Business Alliance celebrating London's Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. Installed in Central London, on the corner of Orange Street and St Martin Street, around the corner from Leicester Square.
Three illustrations produced for Norte Marketing Espportivo, the images were used for running events which have three running stages based on countries, this year's countries were Canada, United States and Turkey.
World Map for kids produced for Eagle Moss Publishing. The map was used for a magazine published in Russia & Ukraine.
'Lost Property on the London Underground' and 'Urban Life' commissioned by Cornelsen for educational home study books.
Spain & Ukraine Maps
Maps produced for John Brown Media, which were used for children's activity books.
Borola Cafe-Mexico City
Commissioned by Borola Cafe, Mexico City. The brief was to illustrate the cultural and arty neighbourhood of San Angel, which the cafe was located in. The canvas took one week to complete and was completely hand drawn.
Personal work. After my first visit to Edinburgh, Scotland. I loved the architecture there and decided to draw some of my favourite buildings in the historic city. This theme continued on with every new city I would visit, creating a series of drawings of towers and buildings which had caught my eye.
Belgium-Antwerp, Bruge, Brussels & Ghent.
New Zealand Towers-Auckland, Chirstchurch & Wellington
Thailand & Cambodia
Inspired India for Cox & King's.
I was invited by the travel company Cox & Kings to submit artwork for their competition-'Inspired India'. The artwork was later exhibited at the Royal Geographic Society, London and the attendees were asked to vote for their favourite piece. My drawing ended up winning the competition and I won a luxury city break to Istanbul for 3 nights!