Thursday, 1 September 2011


Back in April I was fortunate enough to work on a project with the creative agency Purple for whiskey company Glenfiddich. The project took me up to the distillery in Dufftown, Scotland and was a great experience to really branch out as an illustrator. The goal was to create an interactive map for the distillery which the public can explore for themselves on the website:

The map required close up shots of the buildings and an overview of the entire distillery, as well as rollover images for the buildings insides. Below are some of the close up shots for the various buildings within Glenfiddich distillery. Each one had to match up with the first shot of actual live footage .

The Overview:

And here are a few roughs to show some of the earlier stages:

A steep learning curve but a worthwhile experience. Thanks to Gary Westlake and Anthony Smith for the art direction.


  1. Amazing work. The overview piece looks like it must have taken weeks and days! Great job on keeping the consistency throughout.

  2. These are absolutely gorgeous! I love how you didn't leave the white walls bare and actually put cracks and some dust on them. Beautiful work as usual!

  3. wow, that's awesome! great illustrations