New Exhibition Coming Soon!

Sorry for not posting much recently. I’ve been busy setting up my online store (which you can find here) and working on various commissions.

Some big news though, I’ll be exhibiting a variety of works at the Jubilee centre in Birmingham, UK as of 26th May – 3rd June this month as part of the BCU HND End of years exhibition. I shall post more details and photos as we get closer to the date. If you are able to come down then please do and say hello!


RIP Carrie Fisher

Hope. Digital Painting in honour of Carrie Fisher as Princess Leia.



Robert Vaughn RIP

UK British Actor Robert Vaughn was the best thing about Hustle. RIP to him. This is a drawing of him as Alfred from said show. Experimenting more with hand drawing mixed with digital media in Photoshop.


Killer Croc

Just making sure my copics don’t dry out anytime soon.

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Life Studies

While working daily behind the bar they’re faces you come to recognise and people you get to know. This pencil study is one of these regular customers drawn on one of his daily visits to our work place.


New Experiment

Trying a combination of digital and traditional illustration blended together. Stay tuned for news on a new project starting later this month.

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Tabular Rasa 2016

Having just finished our HMD End of year exhibition I am now able to show you the artwork that was on show. ┬áThe digital Illustrations follow some of UK’s most popular spirits and showcases there design through vibrant, often violent paint work. I wanted each bottle to appear unique with there own personality and style.


The Art of Conversation

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A shot of my exhibition installation back in March. Titled ‘The Art of Conversation’ the piece was a pub installation that focused in on the theme of comedy and comedians that I see as idols. It was also a piece of performance art with me acting as the pub landlord acting with the audience with improvised conversations. The piece went down very well with some unexpected results.

Morning Sketch – Michael Palin

Spent about 30mins on this. Pitt pen, chalk marker and pencil on coloured paper.

The animal watercolour studies went up yesterday and very happy with how they looked, I hope to get a photo of them some point today.

Palin Show