UK and US Empires for BBC World History magazine
UK and US Empires for BBC World History magazine

The UK and US are historically ‘the strongest alliance’, but they have also endured many shaky periods. Article by Kathleen Burke

The Pool - returning to work after a career break
The Pool - returning to work after a career break
BBC World History magazine
BBC World History magazine

US Surveillance illustration for BBC World History magazine

A journey through quantitative research
A journey through quantitative research

Research and development section of Bulletin magazine

CII Journal cover
CII Journal cover

Cover illustration for The Journal

BBC World History magazine
BBC World History magazine

Ghandi was a "bridge between foes" for BBC World History magazine

Boudica
Boudica

Iceni queen, defeater of Romans, Celtic badass. Lady hero.

Portfolio work

Donald Trump and the Byzantines- BBC World Histories Magazine
Donald Trump and the Byzantines- BBC World Histories Magazine
Amelia Earhart portrait
Amelia Earhart portrait

Love an aviatrice!

Personal work

Dr. Mae Jemison
Dr. Mae Jemison

First woman of colour to travel in space. She also appeared in Star Trek and is just generally an all round excellent woman.

Isolated State- for BBC World History magazine
Isolated State- for BBC World History magazine

Illustration about Qatar and the surrounding Gulf states. For BBC World History magazine

Let's go fly a kite!
Let's go fly a kite!

Portfolio work

BBC World Histories magazine issue 4
BBC World Histories magazine issue 4

India's role in WW2 being omitted from history. Written by Srinath Raghavan

See the rest here.

Fake News! BBC World Histories magazine
Fake News! BBC World Histories magazine

Fake news illustration for BBC World History magazine

Sample page from The Tale of the Whale
Sample page from The Tale of the Whale

Scuba divers and clown fish from children's picture book work in progress:

http://www.katehazell.com/the-tale-of-the-whale-wip/

10 Poems
10 Poems

by Adnan Al- Sayegh, translated by Alaa Juma and Jenny Lewis.

The full range here: 

http://www.katehazell.com/ten-poems/

"A couple of turtles named Shelby and Marty, bobbed passed the poor whale on their way home from a party."
"A couple of turtles named Shelby and Marty, bobbed passed the poor whale on their way home from a party."

A finished page from The Tale of the Whale.

 

Wedding stationary
Wedding stationary

The envelope for an Indian and English wedding.

Private commission

Chips vs Seagulls
Chips vs Seagulls

Pen, ink, watercolour, pencil and digital.

Pizza Express, Nottingham
Pizza Express, Nottingham

http://www.katehazell.com/murals/

Oaty biscuit
Oaty biscuit

A lovely private commission to illustrate a new baby's nickname for his bedroom.
Photo by alicebing.com

UK and US Empires for BBC World History magazine
The Pool - returning to work after a career break
BBC World History magazine
A journey through quantitative research
CII Journal cover
BBC World History magazine
Boudica
Donald Trump and the Byzantines- BBC World Histories Magazine
Amelia Earhart portrait
Dr. Mae Jemison
Isolated State- for BBC World History magazine
Let's go fly a kite!
BBC World Histories magazine issue 4
Fake News! BBC World Histories magazine
Sample page from The Tale of the Whale
10 Poems
"A couple of turtles named Shelby and Marty, bobbed passed the poor whale on their way home from a party."
Wedding stationary
Chips vs Seagulls
Pizza Express, Nottingham
Oaty biscuit
UK and US Empires for BBC World History magazine

The UK and US are historically ‘the strongest alliance’, but they have also endured many shaky periods. Article by Kathleen Burke

The Pool - returning to work after a career break
BBC World History magazine

US Surveillance illustration for BBC World History magazine

A journey through quantitative research

Research and development section of Bulletin magazine

CII Journal cover

Cover illustration for The Journal

BBC World History magazine

Ghandi was a "bridge between foes" for BBC World History magazine

Boudica

Iceni queen, defeater of Romans, Celtic badass. Lady hero.

Portfolio work

Donald Trump and the Byzantines- BBC World Histories Magazine
Amelia Earhart portrait

Love an aviatrice!

Personal work

Dr. Mae Jemison

First woman of colour to travel in space. She also appeared in Star Trek and is just generally an all round excellent woman.

Isolated State- for BBC World History magazine

Illustration about Qatar and the surrounding Gulf states. For BBC World History magazine

Let's go fly a kite!

Portfolio work

BBC World Histories magazine issue 4

India's role in WW2 being omitted from history. Written by Srinath Raghavan

See the rest here.

Fake News! BBC World Histories magazine

Fake news illustration for BBC World History magazine

Sample page from The Tale of the Whale

Scuba divers and clown fish from children's picture book work in progress:

http://www.katehazell.com/the-tale-of-the-whale-wip/

10 Poems

by Adnan Al- Sayegh, translated by Alaa Juma and Jenny Lewis.

The full range here: 

http://www.katehazell.com/ten-poems/

"A couple of turtles named Shelby and Marty, bobbed passed the poor whale on their way home from a party."

A finished page from The Tale of the Whale.

 

Wedding stationary

The envelope for an Indian and English wedding.

Private commission

Chips vs Seagulls

Pen, ink, watercolour, pencil and digital.

Pizza Express, Nottingham

http://www.katehazell.com/murals/

Oaty biscuit

A lovely private commission to illustrate a new baby's nickname for his bedroom.
Photo by alicebing.com

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