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21 May 2024


I made this print for my wife for our 10th wedding anniversary. I'm not the most demonstrably romantic individual so this was my way of showing her how much I care. She loved it, so I think I did good.

It's a 4-colour risograph print using Black, Green, Fluorescent Orange and Flat Gold. I wanted to work in a clean ligne claire style for aesthetic reasons, without thinking about the "tin anniversary"/"Tintin" link there. So if anyone asks it was totally intentional (in-tin-tional).









20 March 2024



2024 is about upskilling and seeing whims and ideas through instead of just sitting on them. After years of dancing around the medium, I've finally knuckled down and actually learned how to use a riso printer. These are just experiments using my old Evil Dead II poster, but they've come out beautifully and I know the dos and don'ts for producing something bespoke next time. I’m proper buzzing now.

A massive thanks to the1000eyez for being patient with me.


11 January 2024

A pair of new Little Portrait sets for 2024, a little late, to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Doctor Who.

DW was the second portrait set I ever did, back in 2012, and so was well overdue a revisit to include Capaldi, Whittaker, Tennant again and Gatwa.

I’ve never missed an episode since it came back in 2005, but to be honest I’d stopped enjoying it around the end of Matt Smith’s time.  I’ve thoroughly enjoyed the recent specials though and it’s provided a perfect entry-point for introducing my daughter to the show.  She’s loved it.  I too was 6 when I started watching the show - Sylvester McCoy was my doctor and I love that Ncuti Gatwa will be hers.

28 September 2023

I created this rotoscope animation for the epic Our Frasier Remake being put together by Jacob Reed in response to the new reboot.  An entire episode (arguably the best episode of the series) has been broken into segments with different artists, animators, filmmakers and puppeteers remaking each in their own style.  Frasier was a massive part of my Friday nights as a teenager and will always have a big place in my heart, so it was an honour to be part of this.  It was the biggest rotoscoping project I’ve been involved in and while I wish I had more time to play around with it (I came to it with only a week or so left) I’m really proud of the results.


20 July 2023
I did this self-initiated illustration recently for a competition, inspired by explorers and sea exploration. I'm obsessed by old hazy black and white photos of exploration teams and wanted to capture a little of that feeling and the stories they suggest.  This is the first illustration I’ve done in a while that hasn’t been inspired by a film or TV programme so I’m proud, but a little nervous about showing it off.

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