Editorial Illustrations to accompany an article about plant based artwork, for the February/March 2017 issue of Rodale's Organic Life magazine.
I was commissioned to create illustrations for the Smudge Eats Brisbane City Pocket Guide. The brief was to create edible looking images, with a distinct Brisbane twist. All of the illustrations were hand inked, with vibrant colours and textures added to achieve the final result.
The guide is available for purchase from Smudge Eats.
A personal series of work celebrating the golden age of transport. These illustrations are available as prints in my online store.
A series of four African animals including lion, cheetah, meerkats and an elephant. These illustrations are available as prints through my online store.
A range of greeting cards which I created for my first Finders Keepers stall in November 2015. The imagery was inspired by a month spent in Brooklyn where I kept a visual journal of everyday things and happenings (mostly food related!). These greeting cards are available in my online store.
Portrait illustrations of Shirley Manson and Pam Grier for Frankie magazine.
Illustration and design for Sans Parents's Dead End single and tour in early 2016. The rollout included album art, a tour poster, and a t-shirt design as well as social media banners and gifs.
Tour poster and single artwork for Sans Parents's Can't Stop Moving single launch in April 2016.
Portraits of six prominent female figures in tech history for the article She's Electric, published in Frankie magazine.
A series of cover illustrations for Urban Walkabout's Brisbane Guides 2014/2015.
A new personal project which is about exploring and processing the significance of objects from the past.
Part one: Dad's 1970s radio cassette player.
Part two: Mum's camera
Portrait illustration of Naomi Klein for Frankie Issue 74
A still life series celebrating everyday things.
A portrait illustration of Christina Hendricks's Mad Men character Joan Holloway.
Bird illustrations for A little bird told me, an article about song birds, published in Slow Living Spring 2016 edition.
Brand graphics for TTM Group, a national engineering firm specialising in data, waste, accoustics and traffic management. The brief was to create a flexible urban landscape with an Australian feel. The graphics were designed to work as a scrolling web banner, however they can also be broken apart to be used as separate brand elements. The full landscape illustration can be seen here on the TTM homepage. This project was kindly commissioned by Lindy Johnson.
I was kindly commissioned by Tony Gooley Design to create 30 illustrated interior wall panels for a new corporate head office in Brisbane's CBD. The company specialises in computer engineering for entertainment and sports betting, and the 2 metre high panels will be used for interior way finding to differentiate between team work areas. The project which is being directed by Cox Architecture is due for release in mid 2017.