I've been fascinated by maps and architecture for as long as I can remember. I grew up in the New Town of Harlow, UK, where I spent endless days of my childhood drawing its distinctive buildings and maps of places both real and imaginary.

Since graduating from the University of Westminster in 2008 I have developed a specialism in map illustration and architectural drawings. I have worked for a variety of clients including large publishers, organisations, magazines and small businesses, whilst maintaining my own business selling my print designs to the public through my online store and London-based stockists. I was based in London for 9 years and moved to Valencia in Spain in the autumn of 2014.

I am represented in the UK and worldwide by the agency IllustrationX. Please direct any commission enquiries to them via the email addresses on the left.

Publications that feature my work:
Atlas of Design Vol. 4 edited by Lauren Tierney, Alethea Steingisser and Caroline Rose (North American Cartographic Information Society, ISBN TBC)
Cartography by Kenneth Field (Esri Press 2018, ISBN 9781589484399)
Cartographics: Designing the Modern Map (Sendpoints 2017, ISBN 9789881470331)
All About Maps edited by Sandu Publishing (Ginko Press 2016, ISBN 9781584236269)
Mind The Map: Illustrated Maps and Cartography edited by Antonis Antoniou, Robert Klanten and Sven Ehmann (Gestalten 2015, ISBN 9783899555882)

Cartoon Arts Trust Young Cartoonist of the Year, 2005

Selected exhibitions:
December 2020-January 2021: "Mike Hall's Boroughs of London", Of Cabbages & Kings, 127 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16
September-October 2020: "The Journey of Illustration", Blackstone Apartments, 1331 Middle Fu Xing Road, Shanghai
September 2013: “drawn.”, theprintspace, 74 Kingsland Road, London E2
November-December 2012: “Secret London”, London Transport Museum, Covent Garden, London WC2
June 2011: Creekside Open 2011, APT Gallery, 6 Creekside, London SE8
October 2010: “Made In Britain”, London Miles Gallery, Westbourne Studios, Acklam Road, London W10
August 2006: “London Lives”, Cartoon Museum, 35 Little Russell Street, London WC1