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My studies have enabled me to explore all areas of Illustration, from editorial to reportage, book covers to surface pattern design.
As a result, I have developed a love for breaking creative boundaries while combining my love for illustration and fine art in a variety of styles which can be applied to many design briefs.
An illustration of a Peregrine Falcon at St Paul's Cathedral for my personal adult colouring book project. I decided on the theme of animals in London to give a range of subject matters throughout the book.
Inspired by the rhyme 'Oranges and Lemons' featuring each of the six churches. This was designed for kitchenware.Media: Pen and watercolour.
One of a set of six illustrations based on the well known rhyme 'Oranges and Lemons'.Media: pen, digital.
My double page spread for a collaboration project booklet to highlight the issues and effects humans have on animals. My comic is designed to deter people from throwing away litter such as bottles and jars as small mammals can become trapped inside.Media: Watercolour, digital.
Combining the finest qualities of both fine art and illustration.Media: pencil and digital.
My entry for the Penguin Design Awards brief to illustrate a cover for the book 'How to be a Woman' by Caitlin Moran. I wanted to make this slightly humorous which reflects the contents of the book.
An album sleeve inspired by the song 'Imagine' by John Lennon for the Secret 7" 2016 competition.Media: Pen, watercolour, digital.