Thursday, 16 September 2010


I can't wait for this film about Serge Gainsbourg to come out

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Never ending sketchbook

My Illustrating partner in crime Jad gave me this concertina sketchbook. I have been saving it until now so as not to destroy it with rubbish inklings. It is now my dream book,to be filled with whatever dreams unfold in the night.Three pages down here is the beginning of something tedious!

Tuesday, 14 September 2010

Trip to the National Portrait Gallery

Sam Taylor wood

BP Portrait award 2010 winners exhibition was amazing

Bruce Hanke

Mary Jane Ansell

Jason Butler

Friday, 10 September 2010

Thursday, 9 September 2010

The wilderness downtown

An interactive film by Chris Milk featuring Arcade Fires "We used to wait"

AMAZING!Insert your own details and it will create your own video

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

Rojo & Garabato

I am also appearing in issue 7 of Rojo & Garabato Magazine!
I am a zine whore this month!Check it out here

Monday, 6 September 2010

Saturday, 4 September 2010

Ballpoint Zine

My work is featured in issue three of the Ballpoint zine!Check it out

Thursday, 2 September 2010

I've got mascara running through my bloodstream

I found my signed Larrikin Love cd earlier in my room, i remember the day i got it after an excitable day out in Brighton to a HMV signing with friends.
I saw this band about four or five times live, each time more fantastic and sweaty than the last!
This was the sound of my teen years

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Distracting myself from watching ultimate Big Brother

Messing around with the hue contrast on photoshop is one of my favourite things to do lately...I miss University....a little


Lovely Ludwig Van

I have been thinking alot about set designs and creative direction of late. After watching A Clockwork Orange, i felt the need to blog about the Moloko Vellocet, the films infamous Milk bar. The set adorned by white mannequins in bright fluorescent wigs that pour milk from their breasts, the surreal set design fits in perfectly with Kubricks vision of Burgess novel.