In recent years I have enjoyed undertaking a number of illustration projects. These have included everything from colouring-in sets for children to a book of poetry about cats. If you would like to know more, you can contact me here.


Inspired by the unique and sometimes otherworldly landscape of the fens, here are my latest digital drawings based on studies of local landmarks. These are a celebration of industrial and historical architecture juxtaposed alongside nature. They are available to purchase as prints or as one-off wood-mounted editions, (which are adorned with 23.5 carat gold leaf and/or Italian copper leaf). 


A must for cat lovers! Copies of the Catmospherics book with 15 illustrations from original pen and ink drawings are available to buy, as well as framed copies of some of the illustrations. Get in touch to find out more.  


For younger art fans, plain copies of these illustrations are available to colour-in at home. There is also a poster to learn your colours.

They also make very attractive personalised products. Contact me for further details.


I really enjoyed designing these illustrations. They were created by drawing vector shapes to make stencils that could then be spray painted. I think the design would make a fabulous feature wall in someones kitchen. 


Please contact me if you would like to commission artwork for a wall. I have done a few murals in the past. My daughter's room has a fantasy woodland scene. 


Although they are totally different, this use of pattern inspired my East Anglian landmarks series because I liked the idea of putting local flora in the foreground.