Tuesday, 15 September 2020

Camden Council Map of Social work in Practice

This poster applies the theory of Camden's social work process to more realistic settings, by using the same figures from the previous two Camden posters and putting them into different contexts. 

And I do love a map! 








Live Graphic Recording


Some recent work for Cafcass - they are developing a new forum for families to right wrongs, make changes to current systems and encourage a more kind and healing process.


This part I drew up post event, as the client then had time to sift through the information and provide me with the main points that will be of use to them. 

I'm finding this method, although not as spontaneous, I think gives a better result for the client!

Wednesday, 2 September 2020

More images for Camden Council/Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust

Some recent work, continuing with the tree and rucksack imagery for Camden Council.

The cards are questions/points of departure for discussions that social workers are having with adults and children. Or as Oprah Winfrey once said said:

"Ask the right questions and the answers will always reveal themselves."


 

Wednesday, 22 July 2020

Camden Model of Social Care - A Tree of Life


Inspiring to work for such a progressive team with Tim Fisher in Camden council and in collaboration with Karen Partridge at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (and many team members behind the scenes).

This will be printed as a giant 2A0 poster for people to see at work - when we finally get back to our offices!

Some details of the image:




Wellbeing Matters - animated drawings


The voiceover will be re-recorded but here is the finished first edit, it was a lot of fun to work on this!


Tuesday, 14 July 2020

Animating a story - Wellbeing in the Workplace


I've been collaborating with a small team to create a short animation. 

It's been an interesting process, and is teaching me quite a lot about how collaboration leads to more than the sum of each of our parts, and it's been quite fun too!

Here are some 'work in progress' images - to show the storyboard process,  and then the short film will follow soon.














Parents for Future


I was asked to capture the responses to an online viewing of the film 2040, drawing out the inspiration and great ideas that people responded to.

As Damon Gameau,  director of the film, has discovered on his travels - there's already so many good ideas in action 'out there', but we need to try and scale these and make them part of everyday life.



For more on Parents for Future:

For more on the film 2040: