Collins Botanical Bible

Very happy to have been included in ‘Collins Botanical bible’- a practical guide to wild and garden plants. By Sonya Patel Ellis. Published by Abrams books. It includes recipes, remedies and art inspired by plants and nature.

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Ever Green Metropolis

Commission by A/D/O based in Brooklyn , NY.  To create animation film inspired by the future of design and technology. Based in a futuristic NY cityscape, the film suggests that mans technological advances are second to natures ultimate power.

I also created this final collage Artwork depicting the same environment into Limited Edition 15 x prints sold at A/D/O store

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Twin Magazine Cover Gifs

Commissioned by Twin to create 3 x Gifs illustrating the covers for Issue 17 -shown on their Instagram (October 2017). My first attempt at stop motion animation, bringing my collage pieces to life.



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super/collider Print collaboration

Just launched a 3 print collaboration with super/collider. Combining our mutual appreciation of Vintage Science and educational books,they donated a pile of their office library books to me to create these series of works. Can purchase prints directly through their site here  And nice mention on Twin

Liberty Sunset

Liberty Sunset

Planetoid Life

Planetoid Life

Time Traveller

Time Traveller

16 Artists 16 Days

During The Koppel Project Hive Exhibition on until 26th January that I contributed to, each Artist was given a day to occupy the gallery space to actively engage with the public. On the 6th January I held an afternoon collage workshop.

Popup Magazine Commission

Was honoured that my artwork was projected onto a massive screen at The Kings Theatre in Brooklyn, NY to illustrate author Jonathan Rose reading from his new book 'The Well Tempered City'. As part of a series of events by Popup Magazine.

Homemade business cards

As on ongoing thing I occasional make a batch of DIY 8 x 5cm mini collage business cards.

Here are a couple from newest selection..

House Notes, Poster Design

I was recently commissioned to create an image for a pull out poster in the first issue of a new Soho house newspaper 'House Notes' published this week.

Issue 1 ' The Creatives Issue'

Gogo City guide/ Kilometre

Nice to see my artworks were used on the front and back covers of this Gogo City guide publication. Which is being given out at Kilometre's pop up at Le Bon Marche.

 They Asked what my top 5 destinations were. Here they are in no particular order:

1.Jardin des Plantes, 57 Rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris, France

I only discovered this 17th century garden on my last visit to Paris in October. I imagine it is beautiful through all the seasons. There is so much to explore here, including 11 gardens, glasshouses, a maze, the worlds oldest zoo and the amazing Galerie de Mineralogie de Geologie.

2.Sir John Soanes Mueum, 13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP

Formerly the home of neo-classical architect Sir John Soane. It's now a really fascinating treasure trove of his personal art collection and architectural artefacts ,curiosities and drawings. And entry is free so accessible to everyone!

Giardino Garibaldi,Piazza Marina, 90100 Palermo, Sicily, Italy.

I completely fell inlove with these old,enormous fairy tale like Fig trees filling this square. They reach up to 25m tall with exposed and hanging roots. I could have spent hours climbing through them and absorbing their life force!

Kasbah- Ait-Ben-Haddou 45000 Morocco.

I was lucky enough to stop off here as part of the most inspiring, memorable road trip of my life from Ouarzazate in Morocco to the Sahara desert. Here is an ancient fortified city made of earthen clay that looks like giant sand castles. I felt like I had been transported back to a completely different era in history- which is why it has become the set to so many Hollywood films including Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia.

The American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West & 79th St, New York, NY 10024. United States

I re-visted the museum this year having not been since a child, but it was still as impressive. I especially love the 1920’s diorama displays which apparently took years to complete, showing taxidermy animals in their natural environments like small stage sets with carefully painted backdrops and scenic props.