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Portraits for NHS Heroes

This is a project started by Thomas Croft to celebrate the work of Key Workers on the frontline of Covid-19

 The artist put a call out on instagram by using a green icon with relevant #portraitsfornhsheroes tag to which any NHS Worker could respond.

Jake responded to my call out and I replaced my green icon with a red one. We spoke at length on the phone to get a sense of eachother and hit it off immediately

Jake works in Cambridgeshire at a GP practice, and found himself operating in the 'new normal' of remote online contact with his patients. He sent me photographs and told me stories that I could then work into his portrait.

This scene depicts Jake as he delivers palliative care to a patient remotely.

The artwork is A1 and done in pen and ink on Khadi rag paper. It is gifted to Jake as my personal thank you and recogintion for his work.

Holloway Fire Station on Hornsey Road

This project celebrates the local Fire Service focusing on the individuals and crews that operate from Hornsey Road Fire Station. Read more

As a part of the final assessment for Drawing 1; Open College of the Arts distance learning BA Hons Degree course in the Practice of Painting

The resulting drawings are to be displayed in the Fire Brigade Head Quarters in Southwark, Central London for 3 weeks from the 15th July 2019 and then at the Islington Museum in February/ March 2020

The exhibition at the Islington Museum was cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic Lock Down, The large group oil pastel watch drawings and 'After Grenfel' have been donated to Hornsey Road Fire Station.


The Wedding of Dani and Ryan was captured in illustration in a collection of 39 illustrations that has been presented in a presentation box set alongside an interactive .pdf book and Slideshow movie.
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2018 World Cup Quater Finals

You would have thought that England had won the World Cup if you didn't know that these were just quater final celebrations! All the hope and expectation spilled onto the streets all over the country, and here in Stroud Green London N4 the champagne, smoke bombs and tooting horns created an explosion of excitemnet and noise. Unfortunately, this was not to last as England were knocked out in the next round!!

Researching Wellcome Trust's Art and Health Collection with Outside In on their Step-Up Course

It has been a privilage to work on Outside In on their Step Up Programme to help research some of the Art and Health Collection that if held by the Wellcome Trust. This is a series of images that depict the actual research process of looking at the Adamson Collection, Art produced by patients at Netherne Hospital in Surrey during the time that Edward Adamson managed the Art class there from 1946-1981.

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