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I'm an illustrator from the UK currently living in Tokyo. I specialize in cityscapes, hand drawn lettering and observational illustration.
I draw everything by hand (with a little help from the computer when it comes time for colour) and enjoy the little imperfections and character that drawing with pen and paper brings.
I'm also the co-founder of 'The Tokyoiter' (thetokyoiter.com) a website that shows and promotes the work of illustrators from all over the world that are inspired by Tokyo.
2 October 2015
A quick editorial header illustration for a guide to worldwide wine festivals in a recent issue of the Financial Times
Even though editorial work usually requires an impossible turn around, I find it to be quite enjoyable as, in my experience, you get quite a bit of freedom in making... continue reading (0, 1 image)
4 November 2015
The Ginza Metro line are currently promoting a competition to design their, soon to be, renovated stations. I was asked to draw a cityscape of the area for the poster
They're up till mid-december so hopefully you'll see them around!
It was a pretty painless project. I was given a... continue reading (0, 1 image)
4 November 2015
I was recently asked to draw a map of London for a new guide called, 'London Bridge Neighbourhood'
It's a really nice little book contains info about retailers, cafes, galleries, people etc around the London Bridge area.
I'm usually asked to draw maps that fill the page with buildings and... continue reading (0, 1 image)
4 April 2016
I created some illustrations for the new flag ship Fred Perry store in Harajuku
The images were used for promotion of the opening night last month.
The store is supposedly unique in Japan. Based on the classic London factory style, every brick was imported from the UK and laid in... continue reading (0, 1 image)
16 June 2016
A while ago, I was asked to draw a whole bunch of Japanese snacks for Japanese magazine, Ginza
The task was to simply draw the snacks that they provided in a bright and colourful way. Being asked to draw object or packaging like this is always a nice little project.... continue reading (0, 1 image)