I’ve worked on several editorials for The International New York Times, each of which have had tight turnarounds and require quick creative decision making.

I’ve found that discussing a sensitive idea or subject matter boldly, whilst ensuring that the issue isn’t over-simplified or unclear, to be very creatively satisfying.

Here’s a sample of some of the work that I’ve done over the past few years; a lot of the illustrations also had to work in both black & white and in colour, for print & online.

  1. China’s Feminist Awakening (13th May, 2015)

  2. How to Fight the Next Epidemic (18th March, 2015)

  3. In Kenya, Will the Peace Hold? (9th Sept, 2017)

  4. A Rotten Mango Crisis (5th July, 2014)

  5. Tackling Graft in India (19th April, 2016)

  6. Pakistan’s Persecuted Christians (23rd Dec, 2013)

  7. Salon of the Exiled (27th April, 2014)

  8. Notes From a Storm-Wrecked Land (11th Nov, 2013)

  9. Suharto’s Purge, Indonesia’s Silence (29th Sept, 2015)