Buy my prints at the Onca Gallery Christmas Ecoextravaganza!

It’s December, Christmas is jingling fairly insistently now on the far (snow laden?) hills and you have finally got round to thinking you should buy some Christmas presents…. How about one of my prints from the new Onca Gallery print collection, launched at the gallery in Brighton on the 14th at a truly spectacular Christmas…

Illustrating for Magazines – from start to finish.

As a children’s book illustrator, there are many ways I can be commissioned and not always strictly for books.  Earlier in the year, I was asked to illustrate a couple of poems for children’s magazines and I thought I’d share the process of working on these single pieces from start to finish. Obviously each publisher…

Call of the Wild

It’s been a while since I last posted – but that’s not to say I haven’t been busy… There’ve been several further books that I’ve been unable to shout about until they were finished (The Call of the Wild – Miles Kelly Publishing) or published (Feathers for Peacock – Wisdom Tales – to be on…

Bird Pine Tree in the Ecologist and Resurgence Magazine.

From hating hat feathers to seeking a change in values, ‘Bird Pine Tree’ makes an appearance illustrating an article in The Ecologist and Resurgence Magazine as part of an interview with Mike Clarke, the head of the Royal Society of the Preservation of Birds in the UK. The Ecologist and Resurgence magazine has been a…

We Dream of Blue Whales

My maps are finally ready to print! In the Summer of last year, I took part in an artist’s residency across 1300 miles of the North Atlantic in a sailing boat mapping whales for an international maritime conservation database. The resulting work was the triptych, ‘We Dream of Blue Whales’ which was shown in the…