An apocalyptic vision for this production by ground-breaking Glasgow laboratory theatre, Company of Wolves.
One of eight postcards, this one features the poem 'Letter' by Hugh McMillan, hence the postmark-waves.
Concert poster for a mash-up of Frank Zappa, Astor Piazzola, Martin Kershaw and others, performed by Mr McFall's Chamber.
The theme of this concert was 'island life', and seaweed was a prevalent image in several of the poems set to music. The expressive, often macabre forms of seaweed were a delight to draw. Pen and ink drawing has a scratchiness and energy about it that is given depth here by the sea-like gradient in the background.
Tour postcard for the Edinburgh Festival production at the Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh.
Migrating swallows and a dynamic network of connections promote this project that was all about journeys and collaborations, involving musicians from China, Ghana and Chile.
Poster for 'a journey through sleep and wakefulness through a Garden at twilight'. The garden was the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, and the exquisite musical-theatrical journey through it was devised by Dee Isaacs and The University of Edinburgh's Music in the Community. I created a collage to evoke the last scene in the journey, where the children finally fall asleep.
A series of eight illustrated cards for the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. The cards were created to introduce visitors to its new community and education hub, Botanic Cottage, and tap into the vintage appeal of gardening with heritage varieties and old-school tips.
One of eight illustrated cards, this one is about growing heritage varieties.
Strong typography, subtle colour and a pared back layout to support the austere drama of this production; original photo by Brian Hartley