I am a graphic designer and printmaker based in South East London.

The process of printmaking inspires both my digital work and studio practice on a daily basis. Whether it's creating digital artwork to experiment within the print room or using overlaying techniques in digital formats, for me the two work hand in hand. 

My work is inspired by a number of themes including Japanese art and woodblock prints, as well as isometric forms and 3D shapes in architecture and nature. Using a palette that includes a variety of neon inks and characteristic tonal colour blends, these always create unpredictable results. 

In 2018 I was commissioned by Barbour to create a serious of artworks for their new Weather Comfort range, inspired by rain. My four designs featured bold graphic lines combined with a series of typography artwork, and printed as one colour screen prints.  

I received a YCN award for my entry into their student awards, with my print design for a new inspired Cath Kidson print range. This went on to be shown in an exhibition at their flagship store and feature in the YCN annual.

My two layer screen print depicting my Secret London was shortlisted for the Prize for Illustration with the Association of Illustrators (AOI) and London Transport Museum and feature in an exhibition at the Museum. 

I am always keen for new projects and opportunities, please get in touch for any collaborations and commissions. I'd love to hear from you!