A series of illustrations for French magazine Les Echos Week-End about how CEO's find it hard to switch off from work but really should whilst on Holiday.
A short animation I directed and illustrated on renewable energy for CNN's Econundrum series.
The Guardian University Guide 2017
I worked with the Guardian's design and marketing team to conceptualise and illustrate this years University Guide.
Based on the tagline 'Find Your Place' the campaign follows the journey of three students searching for and ultimately finding their place within higher education and the working world.
The three main characters can all be seen waiting at train stations. Paraphernalia at the stations like the abstracted poster in the first image allude to the final print poster which was run in the printed editions of the newspaper.
This is followed by a series of carriages which are split open to reveal popular courses inside; Art, English, Science and Maths. The carriages were implemented as animated rolling thrashers for web.
Following that is the print poster which shows the three characters arrival at their utopian vision of higher education.
The campaign was accompanied by social media assets which helped tell the story and were implemented across social media feeds.
Two illustrations for The Telegraphs 'Car' section.
1. People are forgetting to switch on their car lights due to some models coming with daytime running lights installed. DRL's were first developed in Sweden to allow wildlife like Elk to see oncoming cars.
2. Finding the right size car for large dogs!
3. Paying cash for used cars is the safest transaction.
4. Will self driving cars be able to distinguish between normalities and potential hidden hazzards.
Illustrations for a YCN seminar for LUSH Cosmetics on the importance of learning in the workplace.
Editorial illustration for The Guardian's 'Money' section.
1.Is it dangerous to run electrical appliances overnight?
A selection of images created for YCN industry reports.
As attitudes towards gender, race and sexuality struggle to change within big business, can a Leopard really change it's spots?
'Talking With Teens'
Illustrations for YCN Magazine about Generation Z - The first truly digital native generation. The article covered a wide range of cases, from monetising the internet to using the web for instigating social change.
A beautiful, ornate Victorian chair...Under a dust sheet.
'The Universal Acid for Marketers'
- Illustrations for an article which argues people are ruled by emotion and impulse when shopping, rather than rationality and flashy advertising.
Narrative illustrations for Computer Arts UK for an article about how small firms use inclusion and teamwork in order to achieve big results.
Characters and Locations for Atlanta Magazine:
1. Empty nesters
2. First time buyers
3. Young Family
An Illustration about finding your own USP and using it to plot a new path.
An Illustration for WIRED Germany. How many iPad's would you need to download the human Genome?
Selected icons to accompany some of WIRED World's 2015 Technology section
1.Basketball team Sacramento Kings are using flying supervisors to have their new stadium ready by October 2016. Drones equipped with a University of Illinois's software are monitoring the progress of the building site.
2.3D printers can churn out complex objects that would be impossible to make with traditional manufacturing methods. But building something one layer at a time is time-consuming, and 3D printing is still too slow for mass production. California startup Carbon 3D might have the solution: it's developing a 3D printing technique that uses ultraviolet light to harden a liquid polymer into the desired shape.The technology can be up to 100 times faster than current printers.
3.Alphabet (formerly Google) will start pilot-testing its modular cellphone in 2016. Its Project Ara is developing a puzzle-like handset, in which every component – from camera to processor – can be replaced individually.
4.The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is holding a competition to see if machines can be better hackers than humans. Started in June 2015, the Cyber Grand Challenge will eventually award $2 million to whoever builds a software able to defend itself from hackers, counter-attack and fix its own bugs without help from humans. The winner is due to be announced during an August 2016 event in Las Vegas: the finalists will engage in a "battle" in which each autonomous software will have to try to compromise its competitors' systems.
A small selection of designs made for Wrap Magazine's stationery line.
Available internationally including within Somerset House, London and Human Empire, Hamburg.