Saturday’s Daddy day, just for us two. Making and baking – so much we can do. But I see fields and a big blue sky. We’re off for a walk now, my Daddy and I.
A touching, lyrical story about the love between fathers and daughters. Written by rhyming genius Lou Treleaven with splendid illustrations by Sophie Burrows, Daddy and I is perfect for bedtime with dads.
Personal work created for the twitter challenge Colour Collective. Each week a new colour is announced and participants are invited to create images using and inspired by that colour.
Children's editorial pieces for the fantastic BABYBUG magazine!
A Russian children's song from Babybug July/Aug 2015 Issue.
I loved working on this brilliant young fiction book by Mary Hoffman! I created 20 black and white illustrations and the cover for this book.
Prity wants to play with the other children at school, but its hard when you're the new girl and you don't know the rules. And it doesn't help when you're saddled with a name that sounds like a joke. Will Prity ever fit in?
Published by Barrington Stoke.
In the Jungle
Self initiated work exploring the curiosity and imagination of a young boy who isn't allowed to play with his big sister.
Character study of a very cheeky little bear. Personal work.
A Small Problem
Published by Kalimat Books, and written by Rai Abdulal, A Small Problem tells the story of a young girl who is fed up of being little and not being noticed!
Cuddle with a Crocodile
Shamsa and the Sushi
Published by Kalimat Books and written by Nora Al Noman, Shamsa and the Sushi follows the story of a young girl's curiosity about the colourful world of a sushi restaurant and trying new things.
Shamsa and the Sushi
Illustrations for Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, published as part of A Treasury of Classic Stories by Parragon in 2012.
Devotions for Beginning Readers
I was lucky enough to work on this beautiful 200 page book of devotions, published by Tommy Nelson (US) and written by Crystal Bowman and Christie Lee Taylor.
Paper Watch Project
I took part in Templar Publishing's 'Paper Watch Project'. 80 Illustrators designed & painted paper watches which were then auctioned off to raise money for Breast Cancer Care. Over £3000 was raised overall by the project.