Latest projects

Global Carbon Budget 2017

Released yesterday (13 Nov), the latest version of the Global Carbon Budget from Global Carbon Project , Future Earth and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Research.

Global Carbon

14 November 2017


Spanish Flu graphic

In this age of full colour graphics and datavis, it was a pleasure and indeed, a challenge, to be asked to produce a map for Laura Spinneys’ new book ‘Pale Rider: The Spanish Flue of 1918 and How it Changed The World’ published by Jonathan Cape.

This map concentrates on the second wave that had its origins in western France in August 1918. Using tints of black and grey radiating out and getting lighter from the origin and circles to visualise the percentage of the population that died.

 21 June 2017

BTO: Mating Masterclass

Latest graphics for BTO News magazine, Mating Masterclass

BTO Mating Masterclass

BTO Mating Masterclass

15 June 2017

Latest article published in Pharmaceutical Journal

“Presenting data visually for a poster or presentation” is my latest article published a couple of days ago in the Pharmaceutical Journal. It is aimed at scientists, researchers and students and those with questions about the best and most effective ways of presenting data in a visual way, so please go and have a look and let me know what your thoughts are.

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03 November 2016

Latest work for Scientific American

Once again I have just managed to get my hands on the latest SciAm issue for August.

Jen Christensen (Senior Graphics Editor)  commissioned me to produce a couple of charts for the feature ‘Health check for Humanity’ looking at cancer rates and chronic kidney disease in the developing world. Pleased to see them in print and to be amongst other great illustrations, graphics and articles.

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Chronic Kidney Disease Cancer rates in developing world

18 August 2016


Cuckoo graphics

I am working with the good folks at the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) on some of the graphics across their wide range of publications in print and online.

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Yesterday their latest research ‘Cuckoo declines linked to migration routes to Africa was published in Nature Communications.

To coincide with the publication I produced a graphic for the publication online showing the different routes used by the tagged Cuckoos on their way to Africa and back.

Cuckoo migration graphic

For sharing on social media we also produced an animated gif showing the same information. This was produced to be readable on a mobile screen and a useful thing to do for promotional purposes.

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See the animated version here  pic.twitter.com/Fkj2dEP1lC

Thanks to all at the BTO including Mike Toms and Viola Ross-Smith for all their help and a great paper.

21 July 2016


D-Day ‘Funny’ Tanks graphic

For the 72nd anniversary of D-Day,  BBC Future posted a story about the strange tanks that were converted to help the troops come ashore.

I was commissioned to produce a graphic showing the converted, and really quite wacky tanks.

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5th June 2016



More from Scientific American

Latest graphics produced for Scientific American for a story on The Neutron Enigma and two experiments measuring the average neutron lifetime. More graphics in the story

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28 April 2016

 

The 2015 annual results of the BTO Garden BirdWatch

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My first graphic for the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) has just been released online.
The 2015 annual results of the BTO Garden BirdWatch.

29 March 2016


Supergun evolution graphic for BBC Future

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Supergun evolution

22 March 2016



 

Recent graphic for January issue of Scientific American

Saturn rings

19 March 2016


A recent graphic for BBCEarth looking at the latest inclusions for the Periodic table. Elements 113, 115, 117 and 118. A quick turnaround overnight for this graphic as the news story was announced.

The outer limits of chemistry: BBC earth

The outer limits of chemistry: BBC earth

16 February, 2016


 

Yesterday the Global Carbon Budget for 2015 was launched. Pleased to see my graphic explaining what has been going on over the past year

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08 December, 2015


 

Latest graphics in Scientific American

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…and Spectrumnews.org

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24 November, 2015


Graphics for BBC Future – Everest’s 200+bodies

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27 October, 2015


 

Some of my graphics now beginning to appear on the Spectrumnews website so go and have a read.

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20 October, 2015


 

Updated graphics added to my gallery page

29 September, 2015


 

Double page graphic produced for Nature magazine Age of the Neutrino

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The Age of The Neutrino: Nature

26 August, 2015


 

Information graphic produced for Scientific American. Highly Contagious, Antibiotic-Resistant Food Poisoning Establishes U.S. Presence

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01 June, 2015


 

Information graphic produced for Scientific American. Countries Grab Farmland beyond Their Own Borders for graphic science page in the May 2015 issue

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25 May, 2015


Pleased to see that a report I worked on in February has been released. Here’s the press release and report. I advised and completed many of the graphics in the report. Thanks to Edward Peck co-founder of IAFN, and CEO of Asset Finance International.

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International Auto Finance Network (IAFN)’s long awaited major CEO research report, CEO Study – Priorities for the Auto Finance Industry produced in association with the University of Buckingham and Grant Thornton published today, has identified mobility solutions and better use of data as key opportunities for the auto finance industry but warns that the industry believes that it is slow to innovate, and can make poor use of its IT.


 

Lots of projects going on at the minute – will update this page when I can.

In the meantime have a look at the blog page

02 JANUARY, 2015

 

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