Monday, 28 June 2010


A very quick drawing of a leopard...!

Saturday, 12 June 2010

The Print Room

I currently have a solo exhibition in The Print Room, Lewes. It will be up for the duration of June and then moved to Blow Up (Printers) in Brighton for July. All prints are for sale and at very cheap prices! I hope you have the chance to go, it is a great shop.

Friday, 11 June 2010

Cycle Superhighway!

Hello everyone, this is my latest picture! I drew it using a Rotring pen with watercolours. I would love to hear your comments so please feel free to leave one.

Friday, 7 May 2010

Open House

This month my work will be exhibited in an Open House in association with Yellow House Art. Please come along and have a browse! There are some really great works up for sale. Click HERE for more information on the artists and the opening times/address. Look forward to seeing you there!

Artist in Residence

On the 21st May 2010, I will be doing a live drawing at the Residence Pop-Up Gallery/Restaurant for the Brighton Festival. Please book a place for Lunch at the restaurant and come to see me draw! This is the website if you would like more All work by the Artists in Residence will be auctioned off and the money will go to the Age Concern Charity. I hope to see you there!

Thursday, 6 May 2010

Lion Heart Herbs Logo

This is a logo for Elwin Robinson's Lion Heart Herbs Company. I drew the separate illustrations and then it was put together by Graphic Designer Lewis Packman, who also designed the website. You can see more of Lewis' work on his

Penny Black Rubber Stamps

I have been doing some new designs for Penny Black, which can be found and bought on the!

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

'The Tiger Who Came to Tea' was one of my favourite books as a child. I recently went to an AOI event called 'Looking at Children's Books'. Judith Kerr talked about her life as an illustrator and signed my copy of the book which was really great. She also wrote and illustrated the 'Mog' books based on her own cat. Also speaking at the event was Alexis Deacon who I also admire.