We’re still free to dream!
I’m in deep illustrating a new book with an underwater theme.
One of 200 entries selected from 3,680 submitions from 68 countries.
Also “nice” to see the wonderful It’s Nice That website include this piece when sharing the news to their devoted audience too.
Kicking off the new year with this illustration for The Atlantic and a fascinating topic – Existential Therapy.
It was great to see one of my four portraits for the Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls books featured in this weekend’s article in the Guardian upon the release of the second volume in the UK.
One woman’s account of looking out for those relationship red flags when blind dating. For the L.A. Times weekly column L.A. Affairs.
A new cover for the L.A. Times Book Section, where they list their holiday reading recommendations and the best books of 2017.
An interesting article on the benefits of waiting before deciding on divorce for Green House, the alumni magazine for the Faculty of Agriculture Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Alberta. Thanks to AD Paige Weir.
An illustrated Gift Guide for the Holiday Season. Many thanks to AD Kelli Sullivan for putting together such a fun and colourful project.
Looking forward to seeing the second volume of Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls in the flesh soon. Featuring two of my portrait illustrations along with another 98 to check out by the “best female artists of our time.” Pre-orders ship November 20!
New work in the latest issue of XXI magazine, which looks at the conflict many people face between their personal values and those of the companies they work for.
It’s great to see my illustrations for this spread on putting a life care plan together in Vim and Vigor magazine.
For an article in Los Angeles Times about a less than perfect relationship.
My new design for Barnes and Noble’s in-store wrapping paper. It’s a thrill knowing that all books and gifts, big and small, are being wrapped in my bookshelf inspired art work.
My latest for a story in Los Angeles Times about the fear of falling in love.
I’m really excited to be part of this year’s Surtex Surface Design Licensing Show in New York. My work will be at Booth 2726, so if you’re visiting do pop in and say hi to the wonderful team at the ARTelier of Brands.
A new piece for the Los Angeles Times. Directors, writers and producers reflect on the female gaze in their work. You can read the article here.
My spread for the Spring issue of the Bucknell Magazine. ‘A New Age of Exploration’ – all about the explosive growth in knowledge and steep drop in computational costs speeding researchers advances. Fascinating read!
I’m excited to now be represented by Magnet Reps. Looking forward to new projects and collaborations.
My illustration for Beth Reno’s story of dating two best friends, on the same night. For Los Angeles Times.
A sneak-peak of my cover for the Penguin Random House edition of “The Book That Made Me“.
“Just as authors create books, books create authors — and these essays by thirty-one writers for young people offer a fascinating glimpse at the books that inspired them the most”
My piece for a great article in ANZ Bank’s Bluenotes about how women’s place in the workplace can be changed for the better.
For L.A. Affairs at the Los Angeles Times. An article by Suzanne Travis chronicling her romantic adventures as a nurse and stand-up comic, and of finding love on a Valentine’s Day bike ride!
Wishing everyone the best of things for 2017 and hoping we all have the chance to step into an exotic adventure or two.
For Cassandra King’s article in Coastal Living Magazine, reflecting on picknicking on the sand, riding the waves, and coming of age in a magical Florida beach town.
I was asked to illustrate two portraits of inspirational women for the book Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls. This is Millo Castro Zaldarriaga, b. 1922, the Cuban drummer who dared to drum when it was taboo for a girl to do so. She joined Cuba’s first ever all-girl dance band at the age of 10 and went on to become a world famous musician.
And the extraordinary Cholita Climbers of Bolivia. These women, wearing their tradition ‘cholita’ skirts, have scaled five peaks in Bolivia’s Cordillera Real range. All are higher than 6,000 meters above sea level.
You can take a look at my featured Q&A with ballpitmag – the instagram curators and collaborators.
Welcome to the adventures of computer dating for senior citizens. My illustration for an enlightening article in Los Angeles Times.