Southwark Business Excellence Awards
Women in Business
On a number of occasions, I have been commissioned to draw homes in South London and South East England.
Home contains so many memories for those who live there as home is where the heart is. When drawing your home or a local building, I focus on both the details and the character of the place so that the drawing becomes a keepsake for those who inhabit that space.
If you are interested in commissioning a drawing of your house or place of work, please do get in touch.
On a number of occasions, I have been commissioned to draw local businesses in SE London where I am based.
Creating a moment for someone who is leaving or creating an illustration of the business for the business I have enjoyed capturing the characters of these buildings.
Drawing Tour of Chelsea for KCAW 2020
I created an interactive walk on the Go Jauntly app for Kensington and Chelsea Art Week. On of the app you follow a route I have designed to take you around Chelsea so see beautiful architecture and have a go at challenges to draw them. I used a range of my own illustrations as well as those of other local artists I invited to take part.
Colour in Camberwell
My illustration of The Camberwell Swimming Pool was featured as part of the ‘Colour in Camberwell’ book which is featured in the Camberwell Arts Festival.
This series was created for a local London church to use to illustrate the Easter story for children.
Featured in The Telegraphs The Big Picture
This photograph featured in the Telegraphs The Big Picture competition.
Oxford Backpackers Promotional Photograph
Photograph taken for marketing for the Oxford Backpackers Hostel in Oxford.
Lumberjack Cafe - Solo Exhibition
June 2019 - March 2020
When exhibiting a range of my artwork as part of a residency at Lumberjack Café in Camberwell, I focused on showing drawings of the local area. I also exhibited a poster of my series, Don’t Look Down.
Lumberjack Cafe Summer Exhibition 2018
For the Lumberjack Café Summer Exhibition, a part of the Camberwell Arts Festival, I assembled a group of local artists and curated and exhibited their work over the two floors of the café. I helped to organise the opening of the festival at the café and promoted the exhibition, which included my own work, throughout the summer.