What makes a lady with a cat a cat lady? A series of Illustration made for a Zine illustrating a variety of women and their cats.
Little ceramic ornaments and incense holders
Handmade ceramic pins
Dogs of London
Dogs of London is illustrating the many different popular dog breeds across London’s Boroughs. This is a rubberstamp print transformed into an animation, printed on bags and t-shirts
Handprinted t-shirts especially designed for the House of Illustration Summer Fair.
We thrashed our way to freedom. Dancing throught the night like animals being free.
Illustration made for Tate Staff Biennale September 2019 under the theme Movement, exhibited at Tate Modern, London
Rubber Stamp Prints
A variety of prints made with vinyl/rubber and ink pads
London Concertina Book
On the Go is inspired by London’s commuters. As we all make our ways through the city via a variety of transportations. I have captures some of these such as hoverboards, electric skateboards, bikes or foot. This concertina explores the diversity of different methods of today’s transportation through anthropomorphism. The book is available for sale and each one is individually printed through relief printing with lino and rubberstamps. Available to purchase at the House of Illustration gallery in Kings Cross London.
A series of dogs portraits
This is a series of lino cuts that explore different ways of transportation from all over the world. All characters are inspired by the diverse animal kingdom.
Up all night
Up all night is a concertina book following anthropomorphic urban characters-inspired by London's finest wildlife- on their way to the spring party "Spring-Fling".
Abigail is a project about a pigeon called Abigail, a mother of twins, middle class living in London. This is an etching size 29,7cmx42cm
A Series of 73 Monoprints made into an animation in order to study the walk of a crow
First Lino cut Teaparty has been selected for the 2014 RSBA Print Biennial in Birmingham
find link to a video here https://vimeo.com/101179034
Urban Birdlife is a commission mural for a primary school playground in south London. It contains some of the best known birds of London. I have chosen these birds to bring awareness to the wildlife that surrounds us in an urban environment and tried to capture the beauty and diversity of species that shares a space with us.
This is the sketch for the commissioned mural
Personal Work- Anthropomorphism, hand embroidery on pattern fabric
These Laser cut ornaments are hand painted or marbled