Monday, 10 December 2012

A Lover's Memory

I entered this image to Kaplans calendar competition, and it got chosen for February! Raddddddd. The theme was memory.

Love Nest

Rugged Bearded Lady

I put together this image to give to someone for secret santa. It's  hard life being a lady with a beard.


I've been trying out a bit of ceramics! More experimenting for my student negotiated project exploring romantic love, the notion of becoming codependent and your other half become essential to your existence.

Friday, 16 November 2012

New Paintings!!

I've taken a little break from collaging, and these are some of the paintings I've been producing. I'm having fun not being too precious with my work. The top image is of Adam and Eve - I'm looking at relationships for my final major project. The rest are practice portraits because I'm now trying to learn to paint again in a different way.

Sunday, 10 June 2012

50 faces

50 faces of Cardiff for my project 'inform' about Cardiff. I also made a little book telling you an observation/ fact about each person.

Anthony Graves Plight

Harry Houdini Life Story

These are a few pages from my 24 page book of Harry Houdini's life story.

G2 Illustrated Covers

Penguin Book Covers

A recent brief in uni was to create a penguin book covers that worked in a series. I chose Roald Dahl's 'Kiss Kiss', Aldous Huxley's 'A Brave New World' , and D.H.Lawrence's 'Lady Chatterlys Lover'.

Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Scales of Injustice

An illustration for my plight project. Injustice is outweighing the innocence of these men. These faces include: Delbert Tibbs, Michael Morton, Damien Echols of the Memphis 3, Johnny Garrett and Cameron Willingham (who were executed then later found innocent), Juan Melendez, Michael Toney, Anthony Graves, Curtis Edward Mcarthy, Kennedy Brewer, and Ronald Kitchen. All of these men lost many years of their lives, and two lost their lives because of the injustice of America's legal system. 10 of these men were on death row. All men have been found innocent. This is another illustration to support the abolition of the death penalty.

Wrongfully Behind Bars.

This is an illustration for Anthony Grave's plight. Anthony Graves was wrongly convicted of killing 5 family members in 1994, and was kept on death row for 18 years. In letters he wrote during his time on death row he said he felt like a caged animal, and felt completely dehumanized. Anthony Graves was exonerated in 2010, however it could have been a different story, and he could have easily been murdered by America. For my project I am looking at the plight of men wrongly convicted and put on death row, and I want to illustrate the need to abolish execution. Execution should have been abolished the moment the first person was who was killed was found innocent.

World of Illustration

Thursday, 9 February 2012

Grizzly Bear

Drew on this tshirt for a bear themed night out. Barry's a grizzly bear who hates Mondays.

Tuesday, 24 January 2012

Wednesday, 18 January 2012


For anyone who sees this and is in the Cardiff area, come view an exhibition which show cases lots of new and interesting work from 2nd year illustration at Cardiff Met Uni!

See the Beauty