Swamp Laurel
2024
Hooton's Sunflowers
2023
When we danced on the roof tops
2023
Autumn Walks
2022
This too shall pass
April seems to have flown by! I’m hoping over the coming months we will perhaps gain some normality but, if not, it eases my worries knowing that, like everything, it can’t last forever. Here is a short GIF from my time in lockdown.
2020
Cows On A Hill
Personal project.
2021
VERMONT
Sticker collection inspired by my travels this summer...(more coming soon!)
2022
Illustration
Mountain Hike
2020
Oxford University Press
Fictional movie posters for OUP'S new language prospectuses.
2022
Greek Cicada Stamp
2023
PLAY FOR INCLUSION
2023
Snowdonia
2023
Architects Of The Animal World
2022
Plati Stamp
2023
Still Life Week- Week 79
2022
Cowboy Coffee
Personal packaging project: Tackling a fictional coffee packaging design brief.
2020
Breathe Issue 49
For an editorial on the many benefits of water sports.
2022
Devil's Punch Bowl
2021
Procrastination
2022
Room to Create
Editorial illustration for the Breathe Creative Special. All about finding the right spot to make creative work in.
2021
Breakfast
2021
RSPB
An illustrated map for RSPB Natures Home, Winter 2021/2022. Highlighting RSPB reserves and RSPB land, for members. Each land area was allocated a 'wildlife icon of interest'. Having grown up on the RSPB magazines, this was a huge honour.
2022
A-Frame Cabin
2021
The Bear Project
2023
Breakfast Eggs
Avocado and eggs on toast.
2020
Oranges
Personal work.
2021
A Ghost Story
2021
'Take Three days'
Spreads for Breathe Issue 36
2021
The Wolf
2021
kayaking
2020
Beach Day
2021
Home
2020
Breathe Issue 34
Cosy camp fire illustrations for the 34th issue of Breathe!
2020
Dr Kathleen Lyn
My entry for @fierce_women_ • So interesting to read about all the women for this years deck but here’s a bit on Kathleen: “Dr Lynn, who was one of the great humanitarians in 20th Century Irish History, made her mark through many strands of Irish society be it through her work at the hospital, her fight against poverty and disease, her career as a politician, her involvement with Republican prisoners as well as her role in save the German Children fund. Through the Suffrage movement she became part of a circle of revolutionary Republicans, forming deep bonds with the Socialist leader James Connolly and the wildly flamboyant Countess Markievicz. Their dream was to free Ireland of British rule and with it all forms of oppression, be it based on gender, social or religious bios. It was a notion that Kathleen Lynn carried with her for the rest of her life.”
2020
Grey Crowned Crane
Third in a new personal series focused on wildlife studies. The natural grace of Cranes really appealed to me and this unique palette really highlighted their tranquil nature within wetlands. Prints are available on my Etsy store.
2020
Whiskey Distillery Map
Whiskey distillery map for the November issue of United Airlines's Hemispheres magazine.
2019
Reinefjorden Sjohus
Sending calm vibes out for a fresh new Decade! Inspired by @reinefjordensjohus beautiful fishing cabins.
2020
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