London Transport Museum / Prize for Illustration

Cycling in London

Cycling in London

Selected for London Transport Museum Year of Cycling exhibition

The River Thames

The River Thames

Selected for The Serco Prize for Illustration

The Fire of London

The Fire of London

Selected for Serco Prize for Illustration

The Southbank Centre Roof Garden

The Southbank Centre Roof Garden

Selected for The Prize for Illustration exhibition at the London Transport Museum

Boxing at York Hall

Boxing at York Hall

The Cokeney

The Cokeney

Silver Award Winner: Poster Prize for Illustration exhibition at the London Transport Museum

Cockney: One born within earshot of the bells of St Mary-le-Bow church, Cheapside. Originally from 'cokeney', a 14th century word for ‘cock’s egg’ that is a small or defective one. A disparaging term for a town dweller regarded as affected or puny by rural Englishmen.