This was drawn as the promotional image for the 2019 annual Shaping Portsmouth Conference, held at the Guildhall on Friday 18th January.
An image of Scully the fox, who would regularly visit my parent’s garden and pose for photos. I made this for fun, using one of the photos as reference.
Drawn as part of Inktober 2018, in international project where artists follow a list of prompt words to create an ink drawing for every day of the month of October.
An icon to represent Shaping Portsmouth’s Cruise Programme as part of their branding.
The aim of the programme is to encourage visitors on the cruise ships that dock at Portsmouth International Port to stay in the city, rather than go to London or Stonehenge.
This image of Hovertravel’s Island Flyer was created as one of the ‘Portsmouth landmarks’ to be used as branding for Shaping Portsmouth
This image of the lighthouse at Southsea Castle was inspired after watching dozens of birds gather on every available surface.
Jon Pertwee as the Third Doctor. Created as part of an ongoing series to depict each version of the Doctor.
A doodle of Robbie from Forbidden Planet, and many other appearances.
An icon to represent Cybercrime as part of Shaping Portsmouth’s branding.
This icon was created for the announcement that Shaping would be looking into starting a Cybercrime programme at the 2019 Conference.
Commissioned by the creators of Dimblebot, a parody account featuring a robotic version of David Dimbleby, which commented on BBC Question Time.
I drew all official art for Dimblebot.
The account and my art was featured in the I newspaper and, bizarrely, discussed by Dimbleby and John Prescott on the programme itself.