31 December 2014

5280 Magazine

Illustration in the latest (January 2015) issue of 5280 Magazine accompanying the article 'Health Apps to Help You Take Care of You', Read the article here.

27 November 2014


Two of Four illustrations in the December issue of Washingtonian accompanying the article 'The Verdict is In', a look at the 25 biggest jury awards and public settlements this year.

17 November 2014

Stars On Canvas

I've made a one of a kind collage for Stars On Canvas 2014, an online auction in aid of Willow. Bidding closes Nov 23rd at 7.39pm BST, take a look on Ebay here.

8 November 2014

The X-Ray Room at UCLH

I recently completed installing artwork onto the walls of the X-Ray Room at University College Hospital in London. A big thank you to Omni Colour for printing/fabrication/installation & Alex Plaza for project management. You can see more of Peepshow Collective's work at UCLH here.

26 October 2014

Capital New York

Another cover for the good folks at Capital New York. The November 2014 'Money Issue' features Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo & the regulation of ride-sharing app Uber.

18 October 2014

How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson

'How We Got To Now' is currently airing on PBS in the US. The six-part series is presented by popular American science author Steven Johnson and explores the legacy of great ideas. I was producer for Peepshow Collective on the project, with art director Luke Best and animation director Pete Mellor. The series is a co-production between PBS and Nutopia.

We created 6 bespoke title sequences and 73 animated segments on a variety of topics ranging from Hollywood actress Hedy Lamarr’s invention of a frequency hopping torpedo to how Boyle’s Law and the nature of gases led to the invention of artificial refrigeration.

HOW WE GOT TO NOW WITH STEVEN JOHNSON premieres Wednesdays, October 15, 9 - 11 p.m. and October 22 - November 12, 10 - 11 p.m. ET on PBS.

15 October 2014


Another quick turnaround for the good folks at Variety. This accompanies a story about the upcoming winter film schedule and whether or not it will be able to bring the box office numbers back up after a not-so-hot summer season. Read here.

11 October 2014


My work is featured in the latest issue of iDN magazine (Vol 21, no.3), an editorial illustration special, in the shops now.

10 October 2014

50 Years Of Illustration

My work is featured in a new book from Laurence King, '50 Years Of Illustration' by Lawrence Zeegen & Caroline Roberts. In all good bookshops now.

12 September 2014

Tooled Up

'Bat Symbol Prototype 1938'

This is my contribution to 'Tooled Up', curated by Art & Graft. The exhibition is open during the London Design Festival, with a late night opening as part of SDT on Tues 16th Sept until 21:00.
Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 18:30, Sat 12:00 - 18:00. More info here.

Art&Graft, G6 City Pavillion, 37 Cheshire Street, London, E2 6EA.

Photography by John Hooper

2 September 2014


A quick turnaround for Variety. This accompanies an article on film distributor Gulf Films. Read it here.

14 August 2014

The Atlantic

New illustration in the September issue of The Atlantic, 'The Escape Artist' read the article here.

1 July 2014

High Life

Double page illustrations in the latest issue (July) of British Airways in-flight magazine High Life. The article 'Building London' looks at 200 years of London hotels.

28 May 2014

16 May 2014

The Red Bulletin

New cover for the June issue of The Red Bulletin

15 May 2014


An illustration for the online version of TIME accompanying the article 'The Most Effective Birth Control Methods That Nobody Uses'.

12 May 2014

The Humane Society

From a series of illustrations for The Humane Society's Animal Sheltering magazine.

25 April 2014

Secret 7"

This was my one of a kind collaged cover for Secret 7" in 2014. T-Rex's 'Get It On', sold in aid of War Child.

6 March 2014

25 February 2014

24 February 2014

1 February 2014

13 January 2014

Fast Company

A nice project for the February 2014 issue of Fast Company. Accompanying the article 'NetFlix: The Red Menace', the posters were photographed within a model built by Jethro Haynes and photographed by James Moriarty. Read the article here.