I’ve used a variety of materials throughout my career so far! Collage, UV paint, watercolour pencils, acrylic paint, chalk, charcoal… The list goes on! Although I have always enjoyed experimenting with a range of materials, I find that the vast majority of my commissions are now completed with Indian Ink, my Series 7 watercolour brushes and an old ceramic cheese pot/water pot.
Of course! I get SO many enquiries after doing Craft Markets, which is great! Please do bear in mind that although I sell my existing map prints for £15-£20, my bespoke map commissions do cost significantly more. Prices vary depending on your deadline, printing and the amount of icons that you’d like included. If you have a custom map in mind and would like to hear more about the process, then just drop me a line. I’d love to hear from you!
I’ve always known that I wanted to be an Artist or some sort but truth be told, I’d never heard of ‘Illustration’ until I did a Foundation course at my local college. Everything about the subject sounded interesting and I just wanted to learn more. This lead me to studying Illustration at Falmouth University. I graduated in 2012 and have been freelancing ever since! I’ve had a few part-time jobs along the way but I’ve been working full-time since Autumn 2015.
When I’m not drawing at my desk, you’ll find me either baking, eating or walking in the Hertfordshire countryside. We have some lovely riverside and forest walks around here! I love cooking. I guess that’s how I wind-down and de-stress. If ever you’re a guest at my gaff, I will most-definitely be overfeeding you! I love lazy evenings on the sofa with some good (or truly terrible) tv, baked treats, herbal tea and cosy socks. Throw in a fluffy blanket and I’m as happy as a pig in… a blanket.
Thanks for asking! The answer is most definitely custard. Rhubarb and custard would be wonderful, please. If you’d be so kind.