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. I’m always pushing for academic visual papers, (which give weight to visuals as well as text) as I want to influence research methods to be made more widely available. Below is a full, up-to-date publication list:
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 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. Available online.
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.