Communicating through collage and acrylic pigment with Photoshop manipulation, using materials carefully selected from a collection of textures and images. Producing highly creative visual responses to satisfy the brief, including Business annual reports, corporate brochures, image branding and identity.  Recent clients include: Ashridge, National Portrait Gallery, Kelloggs, Country Living, Big Brum, Edward Bond, Heinemann, Edinburgh University Press and Numerous Design Agencies.

Fir Tree

Fir Tree Commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery for their gift shop. The brief was to design Christmas Cards depicting some of the Art from their Gallery.

The Land of Morning Calm & other stories

The Land of Morning Calm & other stories Commissioned by Heinemann, The Land Of Morning Calm is a book of five short stories from Korea retold by Katherine Mattock. This book jacket illustration was created by the use of collage and gouache.

Crime of the 21st Century

Crime of the 21st Century Commissioned by Edward Bond; play writer, The Crime Of The Twenty-First Century is a sinister story. This book jacket illustration depicts a desperate young man in extreme circumstances.

The Battle of Issus

The Battle of Issus The Battle of Issus was Commissioned by a design agency known as The Wing. A montage of images and collages portraying Alexander The Great and his careful planning and strategic warfare which crushed the Persian army.

Synergy

Synergy Synergy amongst other illustrations was commissioned by Ashridge Strategic Management Centre to provide visual support to their programme portfolio. An inspiring brief, releasing some of my most creative work.

Star

Star Commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery for their gift shop. The brief was to design Christmas Cards depicting some of the Art from their Gallery.

Follow Your Nose - part 1

Follow Your Nose - part 1 Commissioned by the Country Living magazine. Supportive illustration for an editorial piece about an almanac of country scents and smells, written by Libby Purves

Rome Awaits You

Rome Awaits You 'Rome Awaits You' was inspired by my first visit there. A montage of collage, acrylics and collected photo images to help portray an amazing experience.

Open Access

Open Access Open Access, commissioned by Ashridge Strategic Management Centre to provide visual support to their programme portfolio.

Movement

Movement Movement, commissioned by Ashridge Strategic Management Centre to provide visual support to their programme portfolio.

Mary

Mary Inspired by St. Mary's Church in Henley On Thames. Mary was montaged using collage and acrylic paint to satisfy a brief about Motherhood. Images from within the Church were vigorously drawn/photographed and then transposed to canvas back at my studio. Thereafter scanned in and manipulated in Photoshop.

Love Choice

Love Choice

Health and Strength

Health and Strength

Have I None

Have I None Highly comic and moving, Have I None is the final part of Edward Bond's Big Brum Trilogy. Comissioned by Ceri Townsend at Big Brum as part of their advertising campaign. Collage and paint on wood helped create the atmosphere required.

Freedom

Freedom

Follow Your Nose - part 2

Follow Your Nose - part 2 Commissioned by the Country Living magazine. Supportive illustration for an editorial piece about an almanac of country scents and smells, written by Libby Purves

Drive

Drive

Dance

Dance

Communication

Communication Communication, commissioned by Ashridge Strategic Management Centre to provide visual support to their programme portfolio.

At The Inland Sea

At The Inland Sea Commissioned by play writer Edward BondAt The Inland Sea is another thought provoking play for young people. Ive tried to capture the severity and seriousness of his message with the use of collage on wood.

Air Miles 50

Air Miles 50

Eleven Vests + Tuesday

Eleven Vests + Tuesday 11 vests plus Tuesday, two thought provoking stories commissioned by play writer 'Edward Bond' . The use of acrylic on wood helped create the mood of violence and war.
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