Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Holly Langley and I produced these Visual Minutes for LSTM at their Anti-Wolbachia Consortium event celebrating 10 years of drug discovery and development. I particularly enjoyed drawing the 1066 drug and the new designer drugs.

Sage sessions

Working with Chris Murray, we created these Visual Minutes for Sage.

Electricity North West

I created this poster, with a little help from Chris Murray, about the future of our Energy in the North West, with a focus on Community Energy.

Simcelt: Maritime Spatial Planning

I did these Visual Minutes with Holly Langley and Chris Murray at the Simcelt conference on Maritime Spatial Planning. The bottom 2 images are workshops I captured on my own.

Thursday, 7 December 2017

Sankofa Family Tree Workshop

I did this Visual Minutes poster at the Sankofa Family Tree Workshop at Liverpool Museum.

Monday, 20 November 2017

London sketching

I love sketching in London! The underground is a wealth of fantastic faces who are generally in their own world enough not to notice being drawn. Also love the view from Tate modern cafe.

Thursday, 16 November 2017

Through a Rural Lens

Here are the Visual Minutes I did with Chris Murray and Rowan Watts this week in Belfast, for the UK Rural Development and Networking conference.

Homeground Hostel

These Visual Minutes were done with Holly Langley over 2 days with a view to evaluating and improving services. The first day was listening to the young people, and the second day was with the support workers.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

Sedentary Behaviour

Chris Murray & I did these Visual Minutes in Edinburgh, for Glasgow Caledonian University. The conference was about Sedentary Behaviour, and we learnt that we sit down too much in our culture, which is leading to all sorts of health problems. The over 75s sit down the most, closely, and shockingly, followed by the 16-24s.

Direct Rail Services

I captured this 5 year vision "Engineering the Future" with Sian McArthur this week.