I've been drawing comics since I was a kid. When I moved to London in the 90's, I got involved in the queer comics/zines scene and self-published a comic called Pear Shaped Boy. I've had comic strips accepted into anthologies, participated in collaborative group comic making and led comic making workshops.
In recent years I've recieved commissions from friends for a wedding invitation, from organisations wanting drawings for books, posters and pamphlets and have collaborated with other artists to make images for print and the web.
This was a lovely recent job - drawing cartoons to illustrate a health guide for Trans Men. The finished thing can be downloaded here
I drew the cover and did some drawings inside the trans issue of New Internationalist magazine and have recently drawn cartoons for a forthcoming publication about trans mens' health
I've collaborated with performer Brian Lobel to produce images for his recent work about cancer. The images above are for his performances "Sex, Cancer and Cocktails", "What the treat meant" and "Cancer Death Match"
Some recent work I've done for Gendered Intelligence, a poster to go up in schools and an illustration to publicise a sponsored silence.
This year my work has featured in an exhibition called The Institute of Sexology at the Wellcome Collection in London. I worked with a group of 13 - 18 year old trans people to create a webcomic, The Transvengers. The whole thing can be seen on the Wellcome Collection blog.
These are illustrations I did for a guide for young LGBT people experiencing or at risk of homelessness, produced by the charity LGBT Jigsaw.
These are posters I've designed for Gendered Intelligence projects.
This fortune teller was inside the family guide I designed for Camden Arts Centre.
This is a detail from a strip called "Transfatty" which was in a book called Fat Studies UK published by Raw Nerve Books and edited by Corinna Tomrley and Ann Kaloski-Naylor.
I was asked to illustrate a page of The Novel of Nonel and Vovel, a graphic novel collaboration by London-based, Israeli-born artist Oreet Ashery and Copenhagen-based, Palestinian-born artist Larissa Sansour, addressing art, politics and the future of Palestine. Published by Charta in October 2009.
I've drawn flyers for various events. If you want to know more about these events, have a look the Transfabulous archive.