I was recently commissioned by New York based ‘Swimsuits For All’ to create four portraits of curvy celebrities/public figures including: Actress/Comedian Mindy Kaling, Singer Songwriter Meghan Trainor, Plus Size Fashion Blogger GabiFresh and Supermodel Robyn Lawley for a social media campaign and contest.
Here is the latest addition to my portrait series of inspirational people, Mr Microsoft himself ‘Bill Gates’
This is my latest illustration for the Telegraph’s ‘Change in Business’ articles, by Brother. To accompany an article on recognition.
This is my latest self initiated piece, an illustration of NBA marverick ‘Lebron James’
Here is the second of a series of illustrations I have been commissioned to create for the Telegraph’s ‘Change in Business’ articles, by Brother. To accompany an article on ‘Future Business Technologies: Communication’.
I was lucky enough to work with Microsoft at the Future Decoded 2014 event. I was hired to produce a series of portraits of the Key speakers during the event,using the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Tablet. Including this portrait of Brian Cox, signed by the man himself!
Other speakers included Satya Nadella, Sir Martin Sorrell and Jeremy Paxman to name a few. The event was jammed packed with great brands such as F1, Dell, Hewlett Packard, Acers and many more.
Here is the latest portrait of Justin Timberlake, from my ongoing series of music industry artists.
I recently created a series illustrations of football players for Cloud magazine. To accompany an article on how teams such as: Brazil, Croatia and Boca Juniors came about their kits and their respective colours.
I have been working with The Telegraph producing illustrations to accompany their Change in Business articles, by Brother. Here is the first illustration for an article about managerial change.
I recently completed 2 ebook covers; ‘The Givers’ and ‘Incredibull’ by Author ‘Greg Wolk’.
‘The Givers’ reflects the throwaway society in which we live, where even living things (soldiers, children, dogs) are abandoned/discarded after their perceived usefulness is past. The story is one of empathy and giving people second chances.
‘Incredibull’ is an energetic children’s story, with a dark undertone.