I’m a London based illustrator fascinated by natural history and the bizarre relationships between animals and humans, from space dogs to cat weddings. A dark but joyous sense of humour runs through much of my work. This year I have had work published in the Cheltenham Illustration Awards Annual 2017 for the second year running.
I am an Artist Educator and in the past have worked with institutions such as The Wallace Collection, The Saatchi Gallery and The Mascalls Gallery. Currently I am planning new workshops for young people at The Pallant House Gallery.
My MA in Sequential Design and Illustration at Brighton University exposed me to some amazing work and taught me how to incorporate my illustration into book projects, building on my Fine Art degree at Winchester School of Art. I regularly sell my work on an art stall in Wimbledon and get some delightful reactions, including people snapping up my work as gifts for their loved ones or just stopping to talk to me about their disgusting pets.
I am now keen to develop my commissions and work for clients, and to see where my illustration can take me. Please do get in contact if you would like to discuss an illustration commission, purchasing a print, exhibitions or any exciting new projects. If you’d like to see what I’m up to at the moment you can take a look at my blog, follow me on Twitter or Instagram.