Course Leader, MA Illustration (Online)

Barnaby is committed to the development of the illustrator’s personal and applied voice. His teaching practice often employs visual games and workshops designed to create playful methods through which to generate, analyse and develop new work.

Barnaby has gained a wealth of experience as a practicing illustrator over the past twenty years, working in the fields of publishing, editorial, applied products, small press and comics.

He completed Falmouth's MA Illustration: Authorial Practice with Distinction in 2003. His research practice is primarily concerned with the relationship between pictures and words: how they intersect, combine, and separate. Focused largely within the fields of comics, picture books and small press; he is fascinated by the pictorial spaces where these relationships exist.

Three of Barnaby's career highlights

His books: The Funeral published by Atlantic Press (2004), Beetroot: An Unreliable Memoir published by Blank Slate/Presque Lune (2014/15) and Blip!, a child’s first comic published by TOON Books (2016).

His range of clients including The Guardian, The Observer Magazine, The Independent, Reader’s Digest Magazine, Walker Books, Paul Smith and PlayStation.

Helping to develop the MA Illustration (Online) course which he now leads.