A compositional play on Durer's Melencolia.
For an article on the failings of community care.
The stories that journalists write about mental health.
For an article on a decade of organisational change in the NHS.
Collage for an article about abuse.
Food warning style for an article on stigma.
This was for an article ontranscultural psychiatry. Rather than use a non-white culture as 'other', I went for an Urdu takeover of the whole front cover and a stereotyped Englishman. The caption is 'International Psychiatry': ''International' in Bollywood is often used ironically for something a bit shabby and parochial.
For an article on seclusion of psychiatric patients.
Caption was 'Time to Quite the mixed messages'.
For an article on transgender.
Head shops that sell legal highs. Obviously all the molecules are accurate.
My effort to use every typeface that designers hate and break as many typography rules as I could.
Caption was 'Do psychiatrists see gambling problems?'
For an article on locked rehabilitation. Some old keys I photographed in my shower.
For an article on determinism.
For an article on travelling after detention in hospital. There's a hidden image of the old Royal College of Psychiatrists building in the rubber stamp.
For an article on dysmorphophobia.
For an article on the investigation of doctors.
Caption was 'Rehabilitation in Complex Psychosis'.
Neurologists and psychiatrist working together.
This was for an article on new legislation requiring psychiatrists to report trainees we suspected as terrorists. It didn't get used because of a terrorist attack just as the journal was about to be mailed out.
This was the hurried replacement for the previous pulled image. BASH is a campaign - Badmouthing, Attitude and Stigma.
Saul Bass fandom.
Old fashioned woodtype fandom.
Magrittish reading of Thomas Szaz's 'The Myth of Mental Illness'.
Gendered patterns in communication.
For the Beckett fans. It says "out...into this world...this world" in binary. Caption was 'bytes are all we are', for an article on mental health care and the digital.
For an article on ECT in Scotland.
CBT. Not just for changing your thoughts.
In Islamic thought, Djinn possession is considered fiery.
For an article on smoking in secure hospitals.
Proust via Rousseau for an article on ECT and memory.
A picture of my hand.
First of a series of cheeky self portraits. Me as Christ, Orthodox icon style.
Me in my winter tweed suit, pop-up style.
Me in my summer linen suit, talking to God. Caption was 'Psychiatry and Religion'.
Me with no clothes.
Me as a taxi driver. Recognise the passenger?
Me hidden in the back of the mirror, Van Eyck style.
Vitamin D, the sunshine vitamin.