Artist and graphic designer living in London. Born and raised in Bournemouth, if I wasn’t chucking a Frisbee around on the beach, I was either drawing or watching cartoons and sci-fi. Or, the ultimate combo, drawing scenes and characters from cartoons and sci-fi.
The majority of my work is digital in its final execution, although I often use hand-drawn illustrations and photography within my compositions. I'm passionate about creative exploration, and I'm most excited by the inspiring and often unexpected sparks that fly when we work together.
If you’re interested in working with me, feel free to send me a message.
Oh, you’re still reading? Um…
Well, like most artists, and superheroes (now I think about it), I hold down what I refer to as a "day job". I'm a freelance graphic designer, working in-house for a fantastic healthcare communications agency called Galliard Healthcare. They're a great company to work with, and they give me a lot of creative freedom in what I do there. Designing and working in healthcare is, I must admit, quite a far cry from what I would usually focus on creatively, but what Galliard are experts at is storytelling - and that's what I love.
I’m a sentimental bastard, and an avid believer that no man is an island. Every human alive is the sum of their experiences and their interactions with the environment and people around them. That’s what makes real human stories so interesting, and that’s also what I love about creative collaboration. We all bring something different to our work, and from there it’s all about story making.
In 1993, David Viscott wrote:
The purpose of life is to discover your gift.
The work of life is to develop it.
The meaning of life is to give your gift away.
I try my best to remind myself of that as often as I can.