Illustration for Charities, Social Enterprises and Not For Profit Organisations

I LOVE working with ethical and socially-minded businesses and not for profit organisations.

If you work hard to create a better world – particularly in terms of the environment, empowering women, education and democratic processes then I’d love to use my skills help you do that. Whether that is a branding project, a series of illustrations for your annual report or a one off design job for a campaign or event.

Below are a selection of projects I’ve worked on recently.

Your organisation might be:

  • A Charity or cause
  • Part of local government
  • A Social Enterprise
  • A Non-Profit Organisation
  • An Educational Establishment
  • Or working in another way to make a positive change or educate people

Case Studies

Online Safety Poster and Character Design

Design of three characters, booklet and poster commissioned as part of a campaign to help parents keep children safe online

Composers Jigsaw Puzzle

Having created a suite of composer illustrations for Classic FM’s Hall of Fame I then worked with their charity Make Some Noise to create a jigsaw puzzle from the illustrations.

Oxfordshire Community & Voluntary Action Website Illustration

Oxfordshire places and communities illustration for OCVA’s new website.

I have over fifteen years experience in the design and illustration industry and have worked for myself as a freelancer since 2011. 

My work covers a range of sectors from charities and not-for-profit organisations to editorial and publishing businesses.

My clients include:
Oxford University, Adobe, The Children’s Society, Great Ormond Street Hospital, The Design Museum, Penguin Random House, Classic FM, The Salters’ Institute,
3M Post It Notes, Save The Children, Oxford University Press, Period Box, WI Life Magazine, Bulletin Magazine, and The Ethical Property Company.

See my full portfolio here

Contact me

If you’d like to talk about working together on your next project

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