The Last Tree

My new picturebook, The Last Tree, has been described by the Bookselller as a ‘thought-provoking ecological fable’. It will be published by Pavilion Children’s on 6th Feb 2020.

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The Last Tree

My new picturebook, The Last Tree, has been described by the Bookselller as a ‘thought-provoking ecological fable’. It will be published by Pavilion Children’s on 6th Feb 2020.

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Ways of Drawing

I have a personal essay on ‘Graphic Medicine’ in this beautiful new book, Ways of Drawing, published by the Royal Drawing School and Thames & Hudson, lavishly illustrated with drawings from the alumni and faculty. You can order it here    

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Ways of Drawing

I have a personal essay on ‘Graphic Medicine’ in this beautiful new book, Ways of Drawing, published by the Royal Drawing School and Thames & Hudson, lavishly illustrated with drawings from the alumni and faculty. You can order it here    

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Graphic Novel

Some sample pages from my graphic novel in progress. It’s a work of autofiction about the stories we tell ourselves, and weaves together climate change, environmental activism, romantic comedies and fairy tales.

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Graphic Novel

Some sample pages from my graphic novel in progress. It’s a work of autofiction about the stories we tell ourselves, and weaves together climate change, environmental activism, romantic comedies and fairy tales.

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The King Who Banned the Dark

My first picture book, The King Who Banned the Dark, was published by Pavilion Children’s in October 2018. It has been shortlisted for nine awards including the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, Klaus Flugge Prize, Little Rebels Award, Independent Book Week Book

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The King Who Banned the Dark

My first picture book, The King Who Banned the Dark, was published by Pavilion Children’s in October 2018. It has been shortlisted for nine awards including the Waterstones Children’s Book Prize, Klaus Flugge Prize, Little Rebels Award, Independent Book Week Book

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Foyle Young Poets

An illustration for The Poetry Society to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Foyles Young Poets award, of which I was a recipient in 1998 – so I felt both happy and ancient doing this commission.

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Foyle Young Poets

An illustration for The Poetry Society to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Foyles Young Poets award, of which I was a recipient in 1998 – so I felt both happy and ancient doing this commission.

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Draw the Line

Draw the Line is an online anthology of actions anyone can take if they’re feeling disillusioned with the current political climate. All the actions are illustrated by comics artists. My brief was to illustrate ‘Attend Meetings': The project is the brainchild of

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Draw the Line

Draw the Line is an online anthology of actions anyone can take if they’re feeling disillusioned with the current political climate. All the actions are illustrated by comics artists. My brief was to illustrate ‘Attend Meetings': The project is the brainchild of

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Little Country Giants

Album artwork for this amazing record by the very talented Little Country Giants.  

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Little Country Giants

Album artwork for this amazing record by the very talented Little Country Giants.  

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Train drawings

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Train drawings

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Colonic

My winning entry from the 2013 Observer/Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize.  

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Colonic

My winning entry from the 2013 Observer/Cape/Comica Graphic Short Story Prize.  

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Sketchbook

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Sketchbook

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Snow

A story from 2012 based on an article by Johann Hari in the Independent nn

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Snow

A story from 2012 based on an article by Johann Hari in the Independent nn

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Miss Vogue

A page from a commission for Miss Vogue, Vogue’s magazine for teenage girls.  

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Miss Vogue

A page from a commission for Miss Vogue, Vogue’s magazine for teenage girls.  

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