Illustration Series

Hi guys,

Happy New Year to all of you [who celebrate it]! Hope you have had an amazing start to the year!

As of mid-December; I started taking work for illustrations which I generally do in my spare time as to further bolster this side of my graphical design game!

Above are a selection I have done so far including two famous faces (Denzel Washington and Ianthe Cochrane (a model; formerly of Made In Chelsea)! Most were completed between Boxing Day and the New Year, but there are a few completed already this year!

I will be creating a special section under my ‘Graphical’ header soon to add each work individually.

Do enquire if you would like a drawing completed for a small fee.

Thank you for reading.



So for a while, I really have wanted to create a smokey graphic to add to the collection of personal graphical prints I have created in the past - see Personal (including pre Roy Ikoroha Design).

Luckily after putting it off for a few weeks due to design commitments; I now had the time to sit down and get "Photoshopping" on the style of print I was after...


Sticking to my favourite colour combination of black and white - I have used a standard head & shoulders photo of myself to provide the subject for the smokey effect!

Guys, if you have a moment; I am really interested to know what your thoughts are on this?

I must state that this design is not currently planned for commercial means; and is not for any project/motive.


Crossing Charing

Very recently, I was heading to a location near Trafalgar Square for a work meeting; an area I hadn't been in a good few months! If you know me personally, you will know that any time is an opportunity for a photo...

I had a bit of time prior to my meeting; throwing up the opportunity to capture these shots. The first is of an entrance to Charing Cross underground station - playing around with a monochromatic plus the red of the station sign; and the second is of an artist creating some beautiful artwork on the concrete fronting the National Gallery.

Charing Cross underground station entrance

Charing Cross underground station entrance

Artist developing her artwork in Trafalgar Square. "Your Only Limit Is You" by the way ;) 

Artist developing her artwork in Trafalgar Square. "Your Only Limit Is You" by the way ;)