I am currently running for the youth position in D&AD's Board of Trustees! For the next two weeks I will be running a social media campaign called Trust E. Trust E aims to bridge the education gap between university and industry by offering practical advice. I have employed five secret agents (young creatives working in London) who will be tweeting live insights in response to missions I set them each day. 

Are you a student or recent grad? Check out theTrust E twitter for advice on how to break into the creative industry! Find out more about me and my agents on the Trust E website here.

Trust E? Then vote for me to be the youth member on D&AD's board of trustees here:)


I prefer the bus to the tube

The day after a bank holiday Monday and I was running late.
I usually get the bus, it takes longer than the tube but you are usually guaranteed a seat.
And, you usually avoid spending the entirety of the journey with your face in someones armpit (this is common place for girls of a certain height).
However as I was running late, after a few moments of inner turmoil, I decided to brave the tube.
I made it on to the tube and assumed my position, I managed to secure the pole in the center of the carriage. This was prime holdage, so I was silently smug at my incidental victory.
I was revelling in my achievement when an old man, that looked like he might be a politician (or something similar), approached the pole.
Not one to look a gift horse in the mouth, he too seized the pole.
But, in doing so, he pressed his rather large belly up against my hand.
I was stuck between a rock and a hard place.
He had noticed the contact too and had given me an apologetic glance. But it was too late.
Others had crowded on behind him - we were trapped.
I had two options. I could move my hand down the pole.
But then I was risking contact with something far worse.
Or I could move up. I went for option two.
I could feel his warm breath on my hand which was unnerving but better than feeling something else so I closed my eyes and tried to meditate until the journey was over.

London Gripes


Three Frame Story

A new haircut will help you find love. 


Mathematics for Men

A revision guide made by me and Suzie Moloney which aims to aid the memory retention of hard-to-learn mathematical problems. It is an A3 pop-up book with screen printed text. 



New Idols

A series of prints encouraging people to 'drown their sorrows 'in times of hardship.

centre panel - wood cut 61x109cm
side panels - screen printed 64x108cm
photo lithograph over ink drawing

Ring of Fire

A2 5 layer screen print + hand inked 

My Take - Gary Barlow

Mark owen coming soon

5 circles

Lino cut circles made out of squares