During September ‘19 I was commissioned to illustrate 12 species of birds to be used as table placeholders for an event. The list of birds included a corn bunting, a puffin, a wood hoopoe and a peregrine falcon to name a few.
In April 2019, I began this series of drawings with a Malayan tapir mother and her baby. Since then, I have also drawn a white rhino mother and her calf which are the second biggest land mammal species.
A self initiated illustration of two bald eagles. To fin out the inspiration behind this piece click the link:
A selection of illustrations which I worked on for the Kent mining museum.
The illustrations are part of an educational interactive display in the museum depicting how coal is formed over thousands of years.
These illustrations were created using a combination of graphite pencil and charcoal.
A series of illustrations compiling a number of animal illustrations into organised groups based on location, order, family or genus.
A self-initiated project drawing various species of bears
Two coral studies taken from my sketchbook: A Cauliflower coral and Oyster coral
In October 2018 I photographed and collected as many different species of mushroom which I could find in the Uk and drew studies of them. I choose my favourite drawings and arranged them for this illustration which I then sold as limited edition prints.
In October 2016 I did a 2 week placement at the Hallmark house with Tigerprint. The work which i created during my time there went on to by used for a full range of Christmas products in Marks & Spencer the following year.
An ongoing self-initiated project whereby I aim to illustrate various endangered species starting with the snow leopard of which there are less than 7,000 of them remaining in the wild at the time of this drawing.