Comics and maps inspired by my three month adventure to Southeast Asia and Australia. Completed on-the-go using procreate on the iPad Pro.
96 page gift book about friendship published by Octopus Books and fully written and illustrated by Ella Kasperowicz. Chapters include 'In Squad We Trust', 'Galendar', 'Slob Goals', 'The Group Chat' and 'Squadventure'.
Available to pre-order now!
When I graduated, I accidentally got a job on a meat counter in my home town, despite being vegetarian...
This 32 paged, A5 comic printed on recycled paper is a celebration of all of my stories, mistakes, lovely colleagues and customers, and anyone who finds themselves in the most random careers.
A series of 8ft x 4ft ‘When I Grow Up’ doodle boards for guests of Just So Festival to scribble on. Project was completed on site and exhibited in the ‘Spellbound Forest’.
Campaign illustrations for Legs4Africa, an incredible charity that sends out prosthetic legs to get amputees walking again in Africa. It costs just £12 to send a leg, so for £1 a month (the price of an egg and cress sandwich) or 25p a week (the price of a freddo), you can give someone the ultimate leg up. Join the movement here.
Eight page satirical zine comparing Regina George to Donald Trump in an attempt to engage a new audience in political discussion. The project was originally part of the collaborative promotional book 'Clingfilm', a riso printed collection of 'Films we are attached to' by Falmouth Illustration third years. It has since been reprinted by Risotto studio as an edition of 80. It is on display at the Anti-Trump Art Show in Shoreditch in July 2018.
Art session at Kongs Bar, Bristol, in which each artist was allocated a different arcade game to reinterpret. I put a political twist on Donkey Kong, featuring Kim Kong-un and Trumpman. The final print is a four colour risograph produced at 16 Tonne Press.
Spring themed exhibition at The Island, Bristol in March 2018. Information about the artists and work is available on their blog.
Contribution to the 'garbage' issue of Shake, a bristol-based illustrated zine.
Tropical bar installation and signage for Westival 2017, a small festival in Pembrokeshire.
Poster and flyer designs for Falmouth University to encourage new students to apply to be ambassadors.
Various personal illustrations in response to past political news and events.
Window display for Grrrl Zine's residency at Soho Radio, consisting of a pop up shop, workshops and live sessions. After choosing a feminist disco theme and designing the space I collaborated with Hannah FitzSimons and Irene Taptas who assisted with installation and decorations.
Spot illustrations for a charity that builds literacy confidence through a reading partner scheme.
Postcard designs for some eco-friendly holiday lets in Pembrokeshire.
'Owleum' map that formed part of the set of 'Awful Auntie on Stage', based on the book by David Walliams. The show is touring round the UK from September 2017.
The scene involves Aunt Alberta describing her ominous plans to transform the beloved Saxby Hall into an owl museum.
Menus for the outdoor bar area at Falmouth University Graduation 2017, created with posca markers on black chalk paint.
Screen printed poster advertising the Roald Dahl Museums' 'Make Some Marvellous Medicine' workshop for children. The purple ink is thermochromic and changes colour to fluorescent pink when heat is applied, mimicking the magic of George's medicine in the book.
Website logo and banner for the 'Make Stuff/Drink Stuff' workshops based in Penryn.
Fun pull out poster based on the theme of artificial intelligence for a comic style science magazine targeted at girls based on the theme of artificial intelligence.
YCN competition entry for the brief to illustrate three iconic scenes from any of Roald Dahl's books. Below is Mike Teavee, the Enormous Crocodile and the Grand High Witch.