About

In 2017 I graduated from Falmouth with an MA in Illustration.  In the gallery you’ll find work in progress for a series of books.

17 looks at the difficulties of growing up in a world post 9-11.  Divorced parents,  fake news, rising tides of intolerance dominating politics… When  nothing is certain except uncertainty, how do teenagers structure their identity?

Lear is a version of Shakespeare’s tale set in C21st London. A story of a family coping with an ageing parent suffering from dementia.

Ecole is my response to a rigorous yet inflexible French education system.

There are plenty of other projects in the pipeline.

Click on the Gallery to see more.

You can find out more about me in Biography.

The inspiration for the Blog page was something Garrison Keillor wrote:

 

“A postcard takes about fifty words gracefully, which is how to write one… fifty words is a strict form but if you write tiny and sneak over into the address side to squeeze in a hundred, the grace is gone and the result is not a poem but notes for a letter you don’t have time to write…”

The blog started life as Postcards from France.

Thank you for visiting the site.