Victoria


Japanese tourists, 8pm Tuesday, Victoria line, 15th August 2017
London couldn’t exist without them…   London’s a busy place. I’m surrounded by many familiar people every day: friends, colleagues and housemate, even the same people handing out free newspapers and Time Outs or preaching on the streets. I often forget many people are just passing through the city until I […]

Tourists, Victoria line, 15th August 2017


Friday morning, Victoria line, 10th March 2017
The Tube is a good place to work out your expenses. On my way to Victoria station during a reasonably quiet time, I saw how people will leave a seat between each other if they can – this isn’t possible during the rush hour! The lady on the left attracted […]

Friday morning, Victoria line, 10th March 2017


4.30pm Sunday, Victoria to South Kensington stations, District line, London (Drawing 775)
You can transport anything on the Tube… Time it right and you can use the Tube to carry anything: furniture, giant luggage, a class of kids — but not in rush hour! It seems the main reason I use the District line is to go to the V&A, which is […]

Flat-pack furniture, District line, 16th October 2016



4.30pm Saturday afternoon, Victoria to Elm Park stations, District line, London, 28th November 2015 (Drawing 577)
I admire anyone able to bring a pram on to the Tube. It was going to be a long journey to visit a friend in east London. From the portion of my journey that encompassed Victoria to Whitechapel, in front of me were a very happy couple with a pram […]

Pram, District line, 28th November 2015


Sleeping commuters, Victoria line, 18th June 2015
The challenge is to wake up at the right stop. A month and a half of commuting to find enough time to create this drawing. Life is getting busy, but it’s going well, apart from where I fall sleep and find myself in the opposite side of the city to […]

Sleeping commuters, Victoria line, 18th June 2015


Two fingers, 7.30pm Thursday evening, Oxford Circus to Victoria, Victoria line, London, 28th May 2015
Swearing on the Tube isn’t that common… I wondered, during a short Tube journey from work to a friend’s house, was this woman was sticking two fingers at me? She seemed engrossed in playing Candy Crush, so she probably didn’t even notice I was there. In this picture I’m trying to be […]

Two fingers, Victoria line, 28th May 2015



Man crying, Sunday afternoon, District line, London, 10th August 2014
When someone cries on the Tube, where do you look? London can bring out the best and worse in people. It can stress you out, make you smile or cause you to cry. This couple seemed very sombre. The woman was rather stony-faced, while the man would burst into tears intermittently. […]

Man crying, District line, 10th August 2014