The Lanherne In Pydar Cluster of Churches | Fine liner on paper / 329 x 483mm
The four churches my Dad looks after down in Cornwall
Notebook Doodles | Fineliner & moleskin (various sizes)
Almost all of these drawings were done in meetings.
Animals, Beasts and Creatures | Fine liner and photoshop / 329 x 483 mm
An illustration I created for the newly born Aldous Albert Noott Browning. Welcome to the world sir hope you enjoy learning your ABC’s.
+ The Study | Fine liner on paper / 420 x 594 mm
A room bursting with all sorts of paraphernalia from the many walks of science. This illustration was inspired by the novel ‘A Short History of Nearly Everything’ by author Bill Bryson
Captain Ashmead Pruen And The Flight Of The Ranger | Fine liner on mountboard / 420 x 594 mm
Captain Ashmead was my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Uncle. The name ‘Ashmead’ has been in my family for many generations and it is my middle name. This illustration depicts a battle known as ‘The Flight of the Ranger’ which is when Asmead’s fleet ‘The Bombay Marine’ was unexpectedly attacked by the Indian Marhatta at sunrise on Tuesday 8th April 1783. These blood thirsty mercenaries ruthlessly tried to loot and plunder Captain Ashmead’s ship. He was stabbed in shoulder by a sword, his hand sliced by a bayonet and shot in the lung & spleen by musket fire. However, Ashmead and the ‘Rangers’ crew held the enemy off and he made a miraculous full recovery. It is uncertain when he died but what is certain from diaries and documents written about him is that he was a brave and noble man. The gold sword which features in the illustration was presented to him after this battle for his gallant defence of the Ranger.