Programme design for Jethro Tull’s 50th anniversary tour. A history of the band, along with a discography, recollections and biographies of the current lineup, wrapped up in a magazine-style layout. I worked closely with Tull mainstay Ian Anderson and the band’s merchandising and management teams.
Brochure designed to raise awareness of corporate sponsorship for historic theatre.
One of many ongoing projects for the keyboard legend. Programme design for a filmed concert at Lincoln Cathedral, which was adapted for a DVD release.
Luxury box set anthology for percussionist extraordinaire. Seems…’ was shortlisted for Rolling Stone magazine’s progressive rock reissue of the year and sold out of its initial 2k pressing within weeks
50th anniversary compilation. I was asked to design packaging for a ‘fat pack’ triple CD release, a single CD and a vinyl release. The fat pack came with extensive liner notes, adapted from the tour programme.
CD packaging for London-based blues rock band. The monochrome cover shots were adapted from US depression-era photographer Marion Post Wolcott’s work, with added Photoshop extras.
The greatest blues magazine in the world. I spent two glorious years packing as much design attitude as I could into its pages... and great fun it was, too. A new look was created, with a nod to vintage blues LP sleeves for the design. The format is A5, a blessing and a curse when it comes to getting noticed on the shelves of WH Smith.