I'm currently the Staff cartoonist for The Times Literary Supplement, producing an A3 cartoon for their weekly print edition, and the occasional cover.
My cartoons have also featured in The Guardian, The Observer, The Times, The New Statesman, The Evening Standard, The Jewish Chronicle, El Pais, Elephant Magazine, YesMagazine, Quest Journal, WHIP Zine, Orbital Magazine, amongst others.
I've illustrated two books; Virginia's Woolf's 'Genius & Ink' and Lee Child's 'Hero', published in 2019 by Harper Collins, In 2018 I designed and drew animations for the BBC4 documentary Abducted.
Solo exhibitions of my drawings have been held at Christie's (April 2019) and The French Cultural Institute (May 2019).
I've produced three illustration series for The Guardian that work by visualising first hand testimony. One of these was produced in partnership with Médecins Sans Frontières and involved travelling to Shatila refugee camp, Beirut to interview staff and patients at their women's health clinic. These drawings were subsequently republished first via MSF and then on major news platforms in Lebanon, Germany, Brazil, The Philippines and Malaysia. I'm currently working on a second collaboration with MSF, following a research trip to their field hospitals in South Sudan in September 2019.
In 2017 I was named Young Cartoonist of the Year in the Under 30s Category by The British Cartoonists' Association. In 2016 I was awarded the Ronnie Payne Prize for Journalism for my work as the staff cartoonist at Cherwell.
I graduated in September 2017 from The University of Oxford with a first in English Literature.