Map your area

Maps are not just for getting from A to B, they are about community and geography, identity and belonging. When I set out making the Kentish Town map, I wanted to show the diversity and liveliness of the neighbourhood – and the map has gone through changes over the years. The area is in fact […]

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Recent work – Women’s history maps

I was asked to do four maps for Haringey’s Women’s History Month March 2021. The work accompanies text about the incredible range of women who have contributed to Haringey’s history over the centuries. From teachers to suffragettes, parachutists to pub land ladies, it’s a rich and extremely diverse list. “Find out more about the exceptional […]

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Highgate and the spooks therein

The original version of this was created for author Audrey Niffenegger as a commission by a good friend of hers. It featured places from her novel Her Fearful Symmetry, which was set by the cemetery. There are a lot of crows in the map first draft, circling the area – and the gravestone which features […]

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The Soho map

The original was designed for the Soho Create festivals, 2015 onwards and put inside each festival brochure. This was a fun map to do. I used to work in Carnaby Street, and it was my stomping ground. Not the fancy environs of the members clubs – unless I could sneak in with someone who was […]

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