ComixologyImageProfessor Elemental

The adventures of Steampunk’s maddest Professor, in glorious comic book technicolour! An anthology comic of short steampunk-comedy-adventure stories, featuring art by a host of incredibly talented people and contributors from across the globe (including Professor Elemental himself). Issues #1 – #5 were released between 2011 and 2015, alongside several one-shot comics. More about Professor Elemental »

The Psychedelic Journal

The Psychedelic Journal was an ongoing anthology of short, sci fi-themed comics put together by small press titan Owen “Crazy Fox Machine” Watts, which I contributed several stories to. More about The Psychedelic Journal »



Hadopelagic was a science-fiction series created by myself and renowned artist Neil McClements for Aces Weekly, a digital weekly comic created and curated by David Lloyd (V for Vendetta). The story ran in volumes #11 and #12 of Aces Weekly with a third episode added in volume #16 due to popular demand. More about Hadopelagic »


Brigantia is a fantasy/adventure comic series about a pagan goddess ripped from her own pre-Roman time and brought into modern-day Britain. Issue #1 of the comic was successfully funded through a Kickstarter campaign, and issue #2 (and future issues) are currently in development. More about Brigantia »

LocoThumbThe Promethean Foundation

The Promethean Foundation is a personal project created with fellow writer Adam Page; it is a comic series about a team of unlikely heroes and heroines based on various different “-punk” styles (steampunk, dieselpunk, atompunk, etc) set in an alternate timeline version of Earth. One of the characters, Locomotive, was featured in issues #3 and #4 of Professor Elemental Comics. More about The Promethean Foundation »


I contributed a story to Futurequake, an Eagle Award-nominated publication which has been running since 2005 and has included a host of incredibly talented creators. The story, entitled ‘Loan Sharks’ with artwork by Joe Palmer, was published in issue #27 (2015) of Futurequake.