Monthly Archives: March 2013

Cartoonify – Release #3

Below is the new image (Release #3), with apologies that this release has been a bit longer in the offing than I’d have hoped. All of those now in the image (including those who featured in Releases #1 and #2) are shown in bold in the list at the bottom of this post. Hope you […]

A Visual Guide To Workplace Myths – A Companion Piece

As some of you may be aware by now, in addition to tweeting, blogging and writing on workplace issues, I also produce cartoons on the subject. The following series of cartoons were provided to accompany an excellent Twitter dialogue that became the iconic #workplacemyths Storify curated by the incomparable Neil Usher (@workessence). You can find […]

Fanfare For The Common Man – The Democratisation Of Work?

During a recent exchange on Twitter around Barack Obama, Yahoo and flexible working, I worked myself up in to something of a lather because I felt that, whilst I agreed that the Mayer Memorandum had certainly got the topic of flexibility back on the media agenda, it had been on every working parent’s agenda for […]

The Self-Preservation Society – What The Italian Job Can Teach Business

In 1969, The Italian Job, one of the enduring hits of British cinema, was released and became a cult classic caper movie. With pithy dialogue and seminal one-liners (eg “Hang on lads. I’ve got a great idea” and “You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!”) that have entered the vernacular, it remains popular […]

Sample Work

Thought it might make sense to put some of my work up here too so I can reach as wide an audience as possible. I work in both traditional and digital media. I pride myself on my adaptable style, quick delivery and humour. References can be obtained on request, but clients are always very happy […]

CARTOONIFY – Release #2

CARTOONIFY – The Practicalities

I thought it would be helpful (if only to make sense of it myself) to explain exactly how my big Twitter experiment (see previous blogpost) is going to work. Ultimately I’ll have an interesting and detailed cartoon of all of those 152 followers but they are going to need to know when they’ve been added […]