A map commissioned by Rethinking Civil Society, an academic project based at the University of York in collaboration with the Leverhulme Trust and the University of Gottingen. The project examines what makes a society ‘civilised’ and what stand to support or threaten it by asking those prominent in their fields to give their thoughts. My
A nine month project in collaboration with the University of Cumbria as an Honorary Research Fellow, National England and the PLACE collective. The map shows an area of lowland peat bog in Cumbria, formerly used for agricultural peat extraction but currently in restoration by National England. I approached the piece by mapping the land’s stories
A commission by The De La Warr Pavilion on the UK South Coast to create a mural of a map reflecting the Pavilion’s relationship with the local area. Instead of turning toward the town of Bexhill, I took inspiration from the sea which can be seen though the De La Warr’s huge Modernist windows. Using
An illustrated map of the waterways of Oxford showing the historic features of the city with borders of local river wildlife. Watercolour, gouache and ink. 70 x 36 cms.
A painting showing a map of the history and culture of the apple throughout the world. Commissioned by the National Trust and the Cider Museum in Herefordshire, UK to be exhibited there during 2021. Watercolour, acrylic and ink on paper 60 x 42 cms
I was commissioned to adapt my original ‘Map of the Winter Stars from the Northern Hemisphere’ into a mural by MMoser Associates. The project was a new premises design and build for their client Unity Technology in Brighton. As reference I researched which constellations could be seen above Brighton at the Summer Equinox (some similar
I was commissioned by Badwolf to create this map prop of the waterways of Oxford for the BBC/HBO production of ‘His Dark Materials’ . Ink on paper. 62×29 cms.
I was commissioned to create this imagined island for Thames and Hudson’s ‘Archipelago; An Atlas of Imagined Islands’, edited by Dr Huw Lewis-Jones. The atlas was inspired by the 300th anniversary of the publication of Daniel Defoe’s ‘Robinson Crusoe’ and I wanted the map to reflect the theme of survival with local foraging and survival
A map of Eastbourne was commissioned and bought by Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne. Towner is an Arts Council National Collection Partner and shows work of national and international importance. The piece was specially designed to consolidate data research undertaken by Towner as part of the project ‘I Love Eastbourne’ encouraging the local community to
For centuries, even in the darkest of Paleolithic times, man has been fascinated by the stars. In an effort to understand more of his world and the skies above it, he has tried to map the constellations, grouping them together and giving each a story and a meaning. At the time, the stories were taken