I am the regular comic artist for the New Statesman and a frequent contributor to comic journalism website Cartoon Movement. I also edit and publish the critically acclaimed UK comics anthology Solipsistic Pop which I founded in 2009.

My comics have appeared in the Eisner nominated Nelson (Blank Slate Books), the Thought Bubble Anthology 2013 (Image Comics), Paper Science (We Are Words + Pictures), and The Independent.

I won an Eagle award in 2008 for my first long-form comic - How To Date A Girl In Ten Days, and have self-published a variety of other comics including Art School Scum, the 24 hour comic Everything You Never Wanted To Know About Crohns Disease, and the illustrated reportage book My Fellow Americans (co-created with journalist Dan Hancox).

I also work as a professional illustrator, storyboard artist and designer.

I'm currently working on Ellipsis - a comic composed of six short, interweaving stories. The first issue is available to buy here. For regular updates, follow my blog blog, or join the mailing list.


For commissions, quotes or further information please email me directly at


A limited selection of archival quality prints of my work are available through Inprnt.
Original artwork is also available. Please email me to let me know what piece you're interested in.
Please visit my shop for comics, ebooks, and limited edition prints. Older comics are now available as pay-what-you-feel ebooks through Gumroad.


The Guardian, New Statesman, BBC, Empire Design, New Humanist, HR Magazine, World Architecture News, Moneywise Magazine, Butch & Sundance Media, Cordaid, The Independent, Stylist Magazine, The Nib, Pando Quarterly, Hype Machine, Dazed & Confused, Word Magazine (+ many more).


2014 Selected for the Society of Illustrators Comic + Cartoon Award (Comic Strip category).
2012 Eisner nomination for Nelson (Best Anthology category).
2008 Won an Eagle Award for How To Date a Girl in 10 Days (Best British Black + White Comic).


Varoom! Magazine.
Comics Grid.
Gosh! Comics Spotlight.
The Comics Journal.
Broken Frontier.
Design Week.