Wednesday, April 13, 2016


Starting tomorrow and running until April 21st, I've got a piece of work in this free exhibition from The Museum of Soho in collaboration with The British Record Shop Archive, highlighting "Bowie's Soho" as part of Record Store Day 2016. Go along if you get a chance as there will be a lot of excellent art on show.

More information can be found here.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

BELL TIME page 7

Redbird Review is serialising my comic, “Bell Time”.

Page 7 is up now. Have a read here.

You can read from the beginning here.

Wednesday, March 09, 2016

BELL TIME page 6

Redbird Review is serialising my comic, “Bell Time”.

Page 6 is up now. Have a read here.

You can read from the beginning here.

Monday, March 07, 2016


Logo by Neil Scott.
The inaugural episode of the Treehouse Comics Podcast is now available to listen to here.

The show features Jon Adam, Stuart McAdam, Neil Scott and me.

We talked about Trashed by Derf; The Fiction by Curt Pires and David Rubin; Image Comics including Nowhere Men by Eric Stephenson and Dave Taylor; Zap Comix #16; Slow Comics including Hubert by Ben Gijsemans; Richard McGuire's Here; Island Comics; and Brian Chippendale's Puke Force.

Other topics include bands with more than one drummer!

It was great fun to take part in and I hope you enjoy listening to it.

Wednesday, March 02, 2016


The new issue of Treehouse is out now, with this cover by Rebecca Horner.

I've two stories in there. The first is called “Birthday Wish” (a panel of which is shown here) and the second is the concluding half of “A Book with Death in the Title”. A wee sneak peek:

Also includes stories and art by Kathryn Briggs, Gill Hatcher, Asuna Ikeshima, David Peter Kerr, Balazs Lorinczi, Ross Purdie, Neil Scott, and Mike Sedakat.

It’s available now from the Fred Egg Comics shop.

Monday, February 15, 2016


I've started a fun new project. I've always been interested in finding single panels that are effective when isolated from the complete narrative. Maybe they convey a story on their own, make you intrigued about the bigger story, have great composition, or are funny. Maybe all of those, maybe none. Whatever it may be, I look for something that makes them worth considering alone. I'm going to choose and scan a selection of these and thought I'd start with Star Wars comics. 

Have a look here.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016


I have a two page story in the new issue of Adventures in Comics, which is out now. It's a very nice 64 page glossy booklet with comics based on the theme of "The Waltzer".

For information on how to get yourself a copy, please e-mail