This sassy humerous illustration went viral on instagram. The image was reshared by 40+ pages, many of which had tens/hundreds of thousands of followers. It helped me gain a lot of traction and inspired me to start selling my art as prints online..
This was a self-portrait I created while stuck in lockdown, staring out my window. This illustation is available to buy on my online shop..
Christmas 2020 was a hard one as the pandemic meant I was unable to spend the day with half my family.. The UK was still in a strict tiered system and we weren forbidden from mixing with people outside our social bubbles. I created this christmas card to send to all my family.
I created this digital illustration after returning from my travels around Japan. This illustation is available to buy on my online shop..
I designed this card for Valentines day in 2021 with the intention to sell on my online shop. The card was a huge success and sold out in just 2 weeks.
This photo study was a personal project to improve my skills on shading and photo realism.
Since going to Calais to help feed refugees in a camp there, I couldn’t shake how it made me feel. Then I read a news article about an over crowded refugee camp in Greece which caught fire, killing a woman and child. When the migrants began protesting about the unsafe living conditions, the police responded by just throwing teargas in their faces. This illustration is my way of expressing my disbelief that this crisis is still continuing and how no one seems to care.
This was a personal project created for my art instagram page and to sell as a print on my online shop...
This typgraphic piece was created for my art instagram page in Jan 2021, following the news story of Trump supporters storming the Capital on his last day of presidency.
BLACK LIVES MATTER
I drew this in June 2020 during the huge black lives matter surge following the death of George Flloyd. My message was to remember all the people who’s names we never learnt, because they weren’t fortunate enough to have their injustices recorded on an iPhone.
Personal project created for my art instagram page. This illustation is available to buy on my online shop..
TURN YOURSELF ON
"Who needs a Valentine when you can just turn yourself on?" I designed this to sell on my shop as a Valentines card between single friends.
THE GREAT 'ESC'
This digital illustration is a visual representation of how I used technology to escape from the stress and boredom of the Covid-19 lockdowns.
I was having a creative block, so I solved the problem by simply illustrating the block. I went on to sell this piece as a print in my online shop...
This was a personal project created using the procreate app. I used this photo study as a way to practice drawing light.
This illustration was inspired by my recent travels through the mountains and rural villages of North Vietnam. I drove a moped through Ha Giang mountains for 3 days, and on the way past these young girls selling flower crows on the side of the road. I drew this memory of a few days after my trip as a constant reminder of my travels in Vietnam.
"People who use others as stepping stones will one day lose their balance". This was a personal project I set myself to showcase my ability to capture emotion in my work.
I sketched this for the 100-year anniversary of the first world war. It is a personal project to remember all the soldiers who never returned home 100 years ago.
THE SOCIAL DILEMA
My illustration inspired by the documentary I watched last week, where the founders of all the top social media sites revealed that they would NEVER let their kids use these platforms...what does that say about the impact technology must be having on our minds if the people who create them wont even let their kids near them? We wouldn’t dream of giving children toxic things that damage their physical health.. Yet we naively surround them with the most mentally toxic thing from an incredibly young age.