Below are a selection of infographic-based designs produced for various materials. I have experience working with a range of organisations to create such products, and I produce work to fit your brand whilst being fresh and communicating content clearly.

The Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (PMNCH) is a World Health Organisation partnership. To mark their 10th anniversary they asked me to create a timeline infographic highlighting key achievements since they began. The infographic was produced as a leaflet, a large format version for events, and also as a scalable PDF hosted on their website.


ViiV Healthcare is an independent, global specialist HIV company that is committed to delivering innovative new options for the care and treatment of people living with HIV/AIDS. I helped them to develop visualisations of strategic models and frameworks to show how they aim to reach their goal of healthy communities in a world free of AIDS.

ACE Model
I worked with Dr Ros Watts, Clinical Lead at Imperial College’s Centre for Psychedelic Research, to develop and visualise the ACE Model. The ACE (accept, connect, embody) model is a way to help people make sense of their deep psychedelic journey, and take the learning to integrate findings into their daily life.

Girls Not Brides
Initially, I produced a large scale infographic poster for an exhibition stand at the annual Women Deliver Conference. I worked with GNB to develop the copy and layout and created a series of graphics based on their logo to illustrate six key impacts areas of child marriage. They also circulated the infographic online, and had such a positive response that I went on to develop two further infographics, all of which have been used as large posters, leaflets, and online infographics, and have been translated into French, Spanish and Portuguese.

IPPF – Millenium Development Goals
Infographics produced for use on social media and web platforms of the International Planned Parenthood Federation, the world’s largest NGO dealing with sexual health and rights, highlighting how IPPF’s work is integral to achieving the Millenium Development Goals. Below are some examples from a set of eight produced.

Project Aim: Infographics, Poster Art, Print, Social Media Content, Web Content
Client: Various