1988 – St Basil’s Cathedral linocut. Featured in the Best of Public School Art exhibition.
1990 – Linocut Illustrations of T.S. Eliot’s “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock”.
1991 – The Verruca Boy animation. McTaggart Prize winner at Glasgow University.
1992 – Dissertation on Third Circuit Cinema at Glasgow University.
1993 – Echo documentary. Throwing raves in Senegal. Interviews with Manu Dibango, Baaba Maal, Richie Hawtin and Derrick May.
1994-6 – Bloke from Room comics. Distributed in record shops in Soho. No I Wouldn’t Call It Techno reprinted in Muzik Magazine.
1994 – 19. Film about the number 19 bus.
1995 – Fish Food. Shown on Channel 4’s Takeover TV.
1997 – The Black Dog “Distant Lands” promotional video.
1998 – Position Normal “Sunny Days” promotional video.
1999 – Cary Grant. Self-published graphic novel. Reviewed in The Face magazine.
2002 – Party Animals. Pilot animation.
2003-12 – Woebot blog 1.0.  Featured in The Guardian, Slate, FACT, The Wire. Compiled in The Big Book of Woe.
2004 – Founded the Dissensus forum with Mark Fisher.
2004-6 – Monthly column for FACT magazine.
2005 – Gorillaz animation with Jamie Hewlett.
2005-12 – The Wire Magazine. Reviews and three features (Cambridge Scene, West Country Scene, R. Stevie Moore cover profile).
2007 – Launchpad animation for The Science Museum with Pentagram.
2008-13 – Music as Woebot. Four Albums (Woebot, Moanad, Chunks, Hallo) and three EPs. Album of the Week at Boomkat. Reviews in the FT, The Wire, FACT, UNCUT. Live shows at Shunt (supporting Ghost Box), The Barbican (Natural Circuits Festival), and the ICA (Calling out of Context).
2009 – Woebot TV. Six films (Prog, Juana Molina, 2009, Cecil Sharp House, Twitch, and Methuselah animation)
2012 – Innerpeffray Library animation.
2012 – 100 Lost Rock Albums From The 1970s. Self-published eBook.
2015-18 – Woebot blog 2.0. Compiled in The Bumper Book of Woe.
2016 – Vitamin C animation. Official selection Chicago International Children’s Film Festival.
2016 London’s Dreaming: A History of Hardcore. Mix at mixcloud.
2017 – Force Field: Detroit Techno 1985-95. Mix at mixcloud [now YouTube].
2020 – Retreat: How the Counterculture Invented Wellness book [Repeater publishers]. Reviewed in the FT and Los Angeles Review of Books.
2021 – 2022 Forms sculptures and Forms animation. Official selection at The Psychedelic Film and Music Festival, Sustainable Stories Film Festival, Better Cities Film Festival, and Architecture/Design/Art Film Festival.
2022 – TPM. Self-published graphic novel.
2022 – The “S” Word. Self-published music book. Pop Up Stroud book festival.
2023 – Sick Veg blog.
2024 – The Garden: Visionary Growers and Farmers of the Counterculture [Repeater publishers]. Book completed. To be published Spring 2025.