Ollie is an award-winning conceptual illustrator, based in Manchester, UK.
Illustration makes him tick. Though it’s not the only thing that does. He’s a cardiac pacemaker patient. So, whilst he puts his heart into drawing, it gets help from time to time. Ollie has a natural affinity to science, tech, health and the human experience, but tends to just love subjects that resonate in the real world. He likes his work to hinge on a strong idea and the concept drives it, helped by a splash of colour. Ollie’s illustration spans across editorial & advertising, working with the likes of New Scientist, The Washington Post, WSJ, TED, Harvard Business Review, Genomics England, Boehringer Ingelheim, The Lancet, and has been recognised by The Association of Illustrators, The Directory of Illustration, Communication Arts, The World Brand Design Society and The One Club for Creativity.
Bostonia x Spring/Summer 2022
The Lancet AprilOllie continues his collaboration with The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology.
New Humanist MagazineOllie was commissioned to create this striking cover illustration for the latest issue of New Humanist, exploring the human c
The Lancet NovemberOllie continues his collaboration with The Lancet 2021, for November's edition, the journal discusses the vaccination of Mala
The Lancet OctoberOllie continues his ongoing collaborating with The Lancet!