Back in the Summer of 2017 I was commissioned by Abacus Cards to create some bespoke lettering that will be made into a repeat pattern design for birthday gift wrap and tags. Initially, I came up with about 4 design ideas, including two feminine designs, and...

Licensing your art can be a lucrative business decision. It allows your art to be leveraged over many different markets, and the art licensing world is an exciting place to share your art. In my own experience, I have been lucky enough to license my art...

It's now September as I write this, remembering my wonderful 10 day French road trip in Provence and the Carmargue at the end of July. We left London on July 20th heading to Lyon on the Eurostar. It was here that our trip started with...

Introducing the new Olive Owl collection for Trend Lab. Very early on in 2016 I had the luck of connecting with Trend Lab, a gorgeous online manufacturer and retailer of baby bedding and nursery decor.  It was great to find that they were interested in one...

Easter as a holiday seems to have grown in popularity over the last few years. Easter eggs are available as soon as Christmas is over, and the product range is vast ranging from bunny ears to easter egg hunt kits. This year, I wanted to design...

Above: Geometric Patchwork Backpack This year, I decided to take part in the wonderful Make Art That Sells Bootcamp. For those not in the know, this is a 5 month course set up by art agent, Lilla Rogers. Each month a brief is set and students...

When the Design Museum announced a few years ago that they would be moving to Kensington I was so happy. It's previous location was a pain to get to and was far too small to do their collection justice. Also, you had to pay to...

I recently brought myself a small box of Winsor and Newton Designers Gouache as I have been itching to try out painting with these for a while. Acrylic and watercolour have never felt good to me. They make me feel uncomfortable and lacking in skill,...