20 July 2013


After many years here I've decided to make a move over to Tumblr. It seems a great way to keep track of the blogs that I love, and I hope you will still drop in to take a look at what I am up to!

Find my new blog here:

12 July 2013

C O R Issue 01

I was pleased to be asked to contribute to the first publication from Lentejas Press, which showcases artists from around the world in a fab riso printed book. I hadn't designed for riso before so decided to keep it simple with this crocodile jam. 

5 July 2013

Ohh Deer... one week left!

There is only one week left to get your hands on some of my products from the fabulous Ohh Deer! Here is what is up for grabs, click the image for more details: 

londonprintstudio Members summer Exhibition

Last night saw the opening of londonprintstudio's Members Summer Exhibition which will be on for a couple months. All artwork featured has been made in the studio, and there is such a huge range of styles and process. I really do recommend paying a visit if you are interested in printmaking, as the quality of the work is incredibly high. 

I was thrilled to have my screenprint 'Parrotdise' selected for the show, and also that it was chosen for the promotion for the show. Details on opening times and directions are HERE.

2 July 2013


These are the bi-products of some mono-printing I did recently 

28 June 2013

Felted Rabbit

One of my rabbit drawings has been turned into a 3D character for a film by The Amazings (www.theamazings.com), which will be used as an online class for people eager to learn the process of needle felting. With the help of felt extraordinaire Sue Pearl (www.feltbetter.com), I have transformed my 2D sketches into a cuddly little being!

The Amazings video should be available to purchase on their website soon!

Waitrose Weekend - Wimbledon


This week I was commissioned by the lovely Waitrose Weekend paper to adapt my Wimbledon poster for their Wimbledon edition! It is also the cover of their iPad app for the week.

18 June 2013

African Animals

In a few months my mum and younger sister are traveling to Ghana, Africa to teach children in a school and work in an orphanage. Both are already fabulous teachers, and I'm sure they will be a great help! Maisie, my sister, asked me to paint some animals which she can then use as a teaching aid as well as being gifts for the children. Here is what I've been making for them!