It was such a joy to work on these frames for Intel. They were used as part of Intel's films about their world record breaking drone light show at the Winter Olympics. Thanks to my agent the superpowered Storyboards Inc for this dream job.
For all storyboards I am represented by Storyboards Inc. Please visit their site for more examples of my storyboards or drop them a line to check my availability.
I like to combine painting and textures with digital illustration to produce strong frames for storyboards.
Storyboards for Jack Moreton and Stella Artois / Vayner Media. I am happily represented by the amazing Storyboards Inc.
This 6 metres long mural was created for a school that I have been working with on their creative writing projects. They have been using Robot City to create some fantastic work. The title of this piece is "Where are you going today?".
These illustrations for "Solve It Like Sherlock" by Stewart Ross, published by Michael O'Mara Books were great fun to do.
These illustrations celebrate my passion for running.
Educational jobs are often a chance to be creative in your thinking.
These scenes are from my travels to East Africa.
This punchy style is part physical artwork and part digital.
Black & White
Black and white work, with or without tone is always fun to do.
The Murder Mile
The Murder Mile is a graphic novel set in 1954 with the race to break four minutes for the Mile as a background story. It is published by Self Made Hero.
“A beautifully illustrated detective story that unfolds alongside the race to break the four-minute mile. The Murder Mile is like Chariots of Fire as rewritten by Raymond Chandler, a mash-up that is completely delightful on the page.”
“Collicutt’s watercolour artwork is a glorious tribute to the splashy élan of Fifties advertisements and cigarette cards, and there’s no shortage of impressive scene-setting, from widescreen sequences at the Normandy landings to evocative renderings of Jet Age streets, diners and stadiums.”
“An artistic triumph of suspense placed under starter’s orders with an introduction by track legend Steve Ovett.”
These images are scenes set in World War 2 from my graphic novel "The Murder Mile". They are painted with acrylic paints.