Monday, 31 October 2011

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

The King Blues

The Future's Not What It Used To Be
Photoshoot for The King Blue's new single










Some of the pictures straight off the film.
The finished artwork is on my website.

Monday, 26 September 2011

Personalised Mermaid Two-Seater

I found this picture in The Observer a week or so ago. Rebels broke into the homes of the Gaddafi family and in his daughters house they found this mermaid sofa personalised with Aisha Gaddafi's face. And she looks pretty angry. I am adding a personalised mermaid sofa with my own face on to my Christmas list.

Saturday, 27 August 2011


brooch cheque



The new brooches I've been working on. A brass pigeon foot holding a 6mm pearl.
Playing with my new blow torch and learning how hot is too hot.
And the heat effected pattern that's created in my light weight concrete breeze block that I work onto.

Jewellery now available from my online shop, please visit via my website at

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Pigeon claw brooches in progress




My desk turned work bench for developing a new design of pigeon claw brooches, from the comfort of my Chesterfield desk chair. The clamp I inherited from my Grandfather.

Thursday, 21 July 2011


Drinks sponsorship

A bottle of Jim Beam Red Stag and Green Island spiced rum that I got sponsorship from for our Brighton graphic design and illustration degree show this year. Also my graduation present from my brother, a bottle of wine shaped like a Tommy gun, from Italy.

Friday, 15 July 2011

Get What You Want

Get what you want

Clean windows

The waiting listJust want to get married

The swan wedding dress

The story of one woman's dream for a wedding dress made of swan

Saturday, 18 June 2011

Sunday, 29 May 2011





Make Your Own Luck
ft. Fisherman Phil
photographs by George Hayford-Taylor

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Just Because Its In Print, Doesn't Mean Its The Gospel

Seeing Aint Believing
Seeing Is Believing

Chance Would Be a Fine Thing
Chance Would Be A Fine Thing

Anything For a Quiet Life
Anything For A Quiet Life

Saved By Angels
Saved By Angels

Sunday, 17 April 2011

Ornamentalise Yourself: Making of the Coin Medal


Coin medal in solid brass depicting regal side profile and reads:
The Invention Of Tradition.

The initial embossing over a photograph into sheet tin over plasticine. Melting wax in a bain-marie to make a positive coin cast. The white wax retains some of the black plasticine. More detail added to the face and hair. A sand cast is then made from the wax mold into which the molten brass is poured. Imprint of the coin in the burnt sand. The two finished medals: The earlier with less detail and heavier at approximately quarter kilo of brass. Above is from a more refined later design. The original broke in casting leaving the cracks. The difference between the coins gives the impression of two editions of the Queen's face during her reign.

Saturday, 9 April 2011