Testing out some type.

Testing out some type.


Diabolus and Azazel.

Two finished paintings from my newest set, painted in water-colour on weathered paper. Based around Victorian shadow puppets; the ideas of heaven, hell and purgatory, tradition and luck.


'The Answer's Always at the Bottom'
Watercolour and biro on cartridge paper.
Based on S.E Hinton ‘The Outsiders’  burning church scene.

'The Answer's Always at the Bottom'

Watercolour and biro on cartridge paper.

Based on S.E Hinton ‘The Outsiders’ burning church scene.


Logo design, in progress for Manchester band Little Electric Chairs. More to come.

Logo design, in progress for Manchester band Little Electric Chairs. More to come.


'Nothing Gold Can Stay'
Watercolour, Fineliner and Gold Paint Pen on Cartridge Paper.
Based on S.E Hintons ‘The Outsider’  ideology and themes.

'Nothing Gold Can Stay'

Watercolour, Fineliner and Gold Paint Pen on Cartridge Paper.

Based on S.E Hintons ‘The Outsider’  ideology and themes.


Sketchbook nonsense, a few out-takes from my mind related to Albert Camus’ The Outsider.


Couple of logo’s used to engrave the front and back cover of my portfolio. Simple stuff.

Couple of logo’s used to engrave the front and back cover of my portfolio. Simple stuff.


Fallen behind with this a little bit recently, social media is hard y’know. New stuff soon ok?


Brand New Fishtank: ‘Music’ Brief Submission.

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Me and my housemate Jadine, currently in her 3rd and final year at Stockport College (Illustration) collaborated earlier on in the year when the opportunity arose to submit a design for the Fishtank project ran by a collaborative group called Music. Agreeing on a piece of music, Brand New’s ‘The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows’, as was called for in the briefing we began to formulate and scale up our visualisations. The bottom image is a split containing my strongest and alternative design featuring all the intended elements, drawn in fineliner on cartridge paper and rendered with concentrated watercolour.


Finally got round to finishing the shading on this unfortunate fellow. Lined in fineliner on basic tracing paper and mounted into my ‘Book Of Bad Feelings’ sketchbook. Glad to see the back of this one.

Finally got round to finishing the shading on this unfortunate fellow. Lined in fineliner on basic tracing paper and mounted into my ‘Book Of Bad Feelings’ sketchbook. Glad to see the back of this one.


Figuring out layouts for the front/back cover and spine. The typography’s down and creepy Mr Toad’s posing as a focus for the front, so just the rest to go…

Figuring out layouts for the front/back cover and spine. The typography’s down and creepy Mr Toad’s posing as a focus for the front, so just the rest to go…


A little overdue but here’s my reference page created when designing the character for the front cover of Wind In The Willows. Drawn on tracing paper in biro (select areas re-inforced with fineliner) and hand rendered with coloured pencils, I particularly like the gaze and facial expression concerning the top fellow.

A little overdue but here’s my reference page created when designing the character for the front cover of Wind In The Willows. Drawn on tracing paper in biro (select areas re-inforced with fineliner) and hand rendered with coloured pencils, I particularly like the gaze and facial expression concerning the top fellow.



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