The full list of published works.


Bald (2018)

The heartwarming story of the baldest man that ever lived.

28 pages, colour


The Floating Hand (2018)

New Mexico, 1925, and the owners of Hart Farms face a new breed of cattle rustlers.


Gang Culture in 1950s Swansea: An Illustrated Oral History (2017)

A collaboration with the Swansea Legacy Society to bring light to the city's gang crisis of the 1950s.

16 pages, print & online


Night Watch (2017)

A troubling mystery befalls a lighthouse keeper.

22 pages, colour, print & online

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Hell (2017)

A square mini comic. The subject? Hell.

8 pages, online


The Taxi (2017)

A drunken reveller gets the last cab out of town, and slowly comes to the realisation that it may not be as it seems.

20 pages, black & white, print & online


Gang Culture in 1950s Swansea: An Illustrated Oral History (2017)

A short illustrated oral history of Swansea's street gangs of the 1950s, and the moral panic that accompanied them.

4 pages, black & white, digital download


Handsome Devil Tattoos (2016)

A collection of illustrated tattoo concepts based around the work of Morrissey and The Smiths. Handsomely and professionally rendered in full colour on silk paper stock. Free zines for life for anyone stupid enough to get something from it tattooed on their body.

20 pages, full colour on 115gsm silk stock, A5
In print (100 copies)


Harveyzine (2015)

On May 31st, 2015, Brian Harvey - formerly of renowned UK boyband East 17 - ran himself over with his own car after eating too many jacket potatoes. On the tenth anniversary of the event, 150 copies of this zine were distributed around Manchester and Cardiff.

10 pages, black & white, A5
Out of
print (150 copies)


Magnificent Adventures II (2012)

The second free zine I published while I lived in Manchester. 

16 pages, black & white, A6
Out of print (250 copies)


Magnificent Adventures (2011)

While I lived in Manchester, I was fortunate enough to be exposed to the culture of weird, niche little publications that people had made themselves in photocopiers and shitty printshops. Nobody asked for them, but they existed anyway. This introduced me to the non-stop thrill of hand-guillotining and stapling hundreds of pieces of paper for hours.

16 pages, black & white, A6
Out of print (250 copies)