How would you describe you illustration style?
I pretty much draw people and machines. I like to exaggerate and contort my characters, and use shape and composition to express my machines. I try to simplify my work and minimise my use of layers and colour.
Tell us about your self-initiated Posthuman project.
In my last year of uni I was getting into a lot of futurism stuff like technological singularity and the idea of the posthuman, so I decided to do a series of images which were based on those ideas. Trying to sum those things concepts in drawings will just give you a headache, trust me on that. So Posthuman ended up being more about the present state of things. We live in an age of data and so Posthuman is about our parallel digital existence, which is a reality for us now and a growing part of our experience as humans. The exploration of my own visual language within that project was equally important for me and it really tied my degree work together. It was a lot of fun.
What inspires you and your work?
I love cycling and I love music. Combined they make for a whale of a time and that keeps me inspired. I’m interested in graphic design, poster design, films and graphic novels and recently I've been getting into architectural drawings.