Poster realised for the 14 Foire Ariege en Bio.
Shorten stories is a campaign created for Motor Neurone Disease Association, which underline how ones life is cut short by the disease. I was in charge of the illustration telling Steve's story: Steve was diagnosed with MND in August 2009 and died just two years and seven months later, in March 2012.
Steve’s partner, Heather, shared some of his story to help create these poster frames for our Shortened Stories campaign - highlighting the reality of this rapid, incurable disease and the impact on one man and those who loved him. These posters will be displayed on rail, tube and bus networks across England, Wales and Northern Ireland during the campaign.
Creative Agency Nonsense London
"Why I bother' is a personal project that I am developing currently on my own time. It is early stages but I thought I could share a few drawing (if not for my 'audience' at least to give me some footing to carry on with)
“How could I Have tHougHt tHat I needed to cure myself In order to fIt Into tHe “real” world?
I dIdn’t need curIng and tHe world dIdn’t eItHer; tHe only tHIng tHat dId need curIng was my understandIng of my place In It”
As art-director on the Jamie Johnson CBBC new series I was in charge of designing artwork such as the fictional school Logo, props such as magazines, water bottles, posters ...
I was also involved on the shoot, doing set dressing, covering branding and creating atmosphere supporting the drama (key elements : Jamie's bedroom, Pub menu Board, Railway posters, School signage, props sourcing ....)
The brilliant Short Form Film Company took on making a new episode of WillShake, putting on the screen their take on Henry V by Shakespeare.
I have been involved through the all project from story boarding, prop making, art directing and animating. This entry showcase my the props I created and sourced for the shoot: hand drawn maps, painted flags and shields, cooking the feast and sourcing the metal work (via Lucie Naujalis.).
Portrait of Ben and Stephanie commisioned for their wedding.
This is a seri of water color illustration I created for a prospective restaurant wallpaper, the brief was to suggest the story of Portuguese colons landing in South Africa generating the cuisine carried by the restaurant (I let you guess which one)