Several times in my career I’ve had the opportunity to do work for charity or non-profit based organisations.

The first, Draw the World Together, was a project put together by comic book artist Andrew Wildman to help underprivileged children in third world or developing countries. During its course of operations we attended conventions and trade fairs around the country, selling on-the-spot sketches by well-known comic book artists, art prints and photos from a specially set-up portrait booth.

The second, the Brighton Toy and Model Museum, is a large collection of original and unique toys from the 20th Century on public display in a space under Brighton railway station.