This is a project in collaboration with King’s College Hospital, it was created due to the lack of information for children and parents on sickle cell disease. It is important to explain to children and families about sickle disease to help them understand the condition and manage its complications. I have created a kit that can be sent to hospitals, homes or schools.
This kit contains educational content such as an interactive animation that explains various aspects of the disease, activity books, consultation cards, information booklets and much more.
British Medical Journal
A commission to illustrate a diagram to go with an article about sickle cell anaemia for the British Medical Journal.
British Medical Journal Magazine
London Business School
This project was set by London Business School and the aim was to create illustrations based around the phrase 'Find Your Voice'. I started by asking students from LBS what they thought about their university experience so far and how does LBS allow them to develop and find their voice. The feedback was used to create these four images shown.
The first image shows how business requires people to develop grow. The second image shows the elements needed by a student to study at LBS. The third is a pattern with heads and inverted speech bubbles, showing a more literal sense of 'find your voice' and the fourth is an image of note taking the qualities a student has from LBS.
The last two illustrations were chosen and used in the university's brochures for numerous courses.
Illustration of Charlotte Tilbury's Mini Lipstick Charms. Featured as an ideal gift for Christmas on the UK and US website.
On site from December 2015 through to January 2016.
Illustrations created for Skinnydip London for their young british talent feature.