How Does Submissive Sex Work in the Age of #MeToo?
Illustration for the Style section of The New York Times - what feels right and wrong regarding attitudes and actions towards sexual relationships, tackling new insecurities, and overall the need for two people to be empowered, liberated and secure enough to explore each others impulses, listen to each other and ask for what they want.
AD: Bernadette Dashiell
The Boston Globe
Color Me Suprised: My First Home
Illustration for Boston Sunday Globe - A couples first flat together and the journeys they experienced to transform it into the perfect home.
AD: Lesley Becker
Taking inspiration from the film The Passenger, exploring themes of identity, displacement and shape.
The Best Words In Their Best Order - No set. No music. No wonder spoken word performers are taking the cultural world by storm.
Illustrations for an article about spoken work in Cambridge Almuni Magazine (CAM)
The drawings were inspired by the work of student poets who took part in Speakeasy - the long-running and hugely successful poetry night - held on 8 October in the ADC Theatre Bar, Cambridge.
AD: Steve Fenn
Illustrations for Lewis Knox Interior Design which represent themes and sections within their website.
The New York Times
What's attachment got to do with it?
Book Review illustration for Jonah Lehrer's - A Book About Love, where love is defined not by romantic passion, but by a lifetime of steady emotions.
AD: Matt Dorfman
Exploring shape, colour, and composition in food, mainly tomatoes, watch this space, it's going to get juicy!
Looking at shapes, texture and design in Roman artefacts.
The Quiet Music Festival
Posters for The Quiet Music Festival in Portland and Seattle.
'Celebrating the power of turning the dial down, QMF is the lowest-key festival in the land.’
Founded by Chris Johanson, and held annually at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center in Portland, Oregon.
Experiments with photograms, photocopies, scribbles and the alphabet.
A screen printed book with drawings and marks created in response to the music of Neil Campbell and Michael Flower.