For an article on new transformative techniques in ‘deep brain stimulation’ and surgery so complicated it's comparable to planning a moon landing.
Cover image on styles and fashion for city workers
For an article on cycling routes in Ireland
Chinese economic power led by new cities devoted to tech.
Cover image on statistical evidence on rankings in business and moving up the career ladder.
New books to take on holiday and get immersed in.
For Royal College of Nursing Publishing - Chosen concept for an article on the difficulties nurses face when broaching health promotion to the parents of overweight children, at appointments for other health issues. Hence the ghostly ‘elephant in the room’ tipping the scales.
New and emerging techniques in examining blood vessels in the eye to prevent sight loss.
For an article on how advertising and satellite navigation are being used in tandem on phones.
Electric car technology
How some advertising can manipulate and confuse consumers
‘Bet Off the Pounds’ - for a feature on apps that incentivise weight loss by betting on yourself to make progress.
Novels to dive into on holiday.
Below; holiday crime fiction
This brief called for a sci-fi, 'jetsons' approach. (series of 4 illustrations)
For an article titled ‘Spinning a win - Campaign advisers criss-cross the world to help in real and fake elections.’
For a course on understanding different kinds of OS across different platforms.
Image for a drama, based on the true story of the biggest drugs bust in British history. In 1977, Operation Julie saw police raid an isolated farmhouse in west Wales, from where a large proportion of the world’s LSD originated. Idealistic chemist Richard Kemp sought to change the world, while determined detective Dick Lee was intent on stopping him.
Research findings on successful learning in history, and training the mind through repetition
Looking at the damage caused by deforestation, at a molecular level.
The dangers to children, resulting from lax security and unsupervised internet access.
For a letter from a grieving woman, who's partner is buried in a special place the couple knew.
Cover image and interior spot for an article on the controlling aspects of the state and capitalism.
For an article on how we are influenced by our environment.
Questioning whether to have reconstructive surgery after breast cancer.
Bringing together different medical routes and regulating the treatment as a whole.
The future of outsourcing work to other firms.
... at the expense of other forms of research and knowledge
A love affair with online clothes shopping.
Protocols do not make us better: why we are stuck in science-based healthcare, and its consequences.