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Work in print

Communicating ideas and findings through alternative channels, either online or via on-demand printing, is particularly important to me including academic visual papers.

– Illustration & artwork
– Book chapters
– Papers and presentations

I’m passionate about getting work into print and contribute artwork, as well as co-authoring text, for book chapters, journals and papers, whenever budget and time allow. Communicating ideas and findings through alternative channels, either online or via on-demand printing, is particularly important to me and I’m always pushing for academic visual papers, (which give weight to visuals as well as text) which can influence research methods, to be made more widely available. Below is a full, up-to-date publication list:

Book chapters

Martin J, Serrano J, Nowakowski J, et al. (2022) ‘Heritage Trails: to Sustainable Development Goals’, Pathways: Exploring the Routes of a Movement Heritage; Cambridgeshire: The White Horse Press. Available in print and online.

Connolly, E. & Williamson, D. (2009) ‘theirwork: The Development of a Sustainable Mapping Tool’, Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory; London: Routledge.

Journals and alternative paper formats

Paper n.d. Evans L, et al., ‘Visualising seascapes as a method for engaging stakeholders in discussions about resilience’.

Paper n.d. Martin J, Lewin S, Putt R, Williamson, D. ‘Thinking Outside the Box: A Visual and Sensory Landscape Journey to Capture Perceptual Values’.

Martin J, Williamson D, Łucznik K, et al. (2021) Development of the My Cult-Rural Toolkit. Sustainability, MDPI AG, 13(13), 7128, Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/su13137128.

Hattam, C. et al., (2020) Building resilience in practice to support coral communities in the Western Indian Ocean. Environmental Science & Policy 106: 182-190. Available online.

Connolly, E. & Williamson, D. (2009) ‘theirwork: Community Mapmaking Turns Guerrilla Activity’ Fourth Door Review: The Hall of Risk Issue, No. 8, Salisbury: Hayacinth House.

Illustration and design

Figure: Ulex europaeus, Dominica Williamson in French, C. (2020) An Atlas Flora of Cornwall, Camborne: Wheal Seton Press.

Illustrations: (2018) Home of Springs, Trengwainton: A Story of People, Plants and Place.

Illustrations: Franklin, R. (2018) A Coming of Age: Celebrating 18 Years of Botanical Painting by The Eden Project Florilegium Society; London: Two Rivers Press.

Illustrated: ‘Embedded’ (2014) Andy Hughes, Gyre: The Plastic Ocean, Anchorage Museum, Rasmuson Center, Alaska: Booth Clibborn Editions.

Designed: Richards, P. (2014) A Monument Like No Other: The Restoration of Carwynnen Quoit, Cornwall: The Sustainable Trust.

Figure: Dominica Williamson, 2010, Ulex europaeus, watercolour, (Campbell-Culve, Maggie.) 2011, ‘The Cornish Garden’, Journal of the Cornwall Garden Society, issue 54, p.35.

Featured: Fuad-Luke, A. (2005) ‘Green Map Atlas’, The Eco Design Handbook, London: Thames and Hudson (2nd edition) p.177.

Directed: Green Map System (2004) Green Map Atlas, New York: Green Map System.

Featured: Timothy Guy Design ‘Tomorrow’s World’ in Designing: The Design and Technology Magazine for Schools, Warwickshire: DATA, Summer 2001, p.20.

The last illustration appears in an older but key publication about software I created with Emmett Connolly. You can read about it in PDF format here which is in this book: Connolly, E. & Williamson, D. (2009) ‘theirwork: The Development of a Sustainable Mapping Tool’, Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory, London: Routledge. I am currently writing two papers about recent projects that have been influenced by theirwork.

Authors: Emmet Connolly & Dominica Williamson (2009) ‘theirwork: The Development of a Sustainable Mapping Tool’, Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory; London: Routledge.

One of 4 illustrations by Dominica Williamson for Home of Springs, Trengwainton: A Story of People, Plants and Place.

An Atlas Flora of Cornwall by Dr Colin French. Frontispiece by Dominica Williamson. Scientific Name: Ulex europaeus, Common Name: European Gorse.

(2013) Nepeta cataria, watercolour, Eden Project, Cornwall. Illustrated in Franklin, R. (2018) A Coming of Age: Celebrating 18 Years of Botanical Painting by The Eden Project Florilegium Society; London: Two Rivers Press.

Connolly, E. & Williamson, D. (2009) ‘theirwork: Community Mapmaking Turns Guerrilla Activity’ Fourth Door Review: The Hall of Risk Issue, No. 8, Salisbury: Hayacinth House.


Authors: Emmet Connolly & Dominica Williamson (2009) ‘theirwork: The Development of a Sustainable Mapping Tool’, Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory; London: Routledge.