Introduction

Welcome to my website!

Exciting times are ahead having completed my Masters degree in Illustration at Falmouth University in September, I have secured a wonderful job in a gallery in beautiful Marazion, surrounded by amazing artwork. I am also really looking forward to getting my head down and seeing where my own practice takes me.

A little about my work to date, the mandala and the meaning behind it played a huge part in the research behind my degree and now that I have finished, I cannot wait to see where all this research will direct my own artwork.

 

Welcome to my website!


Exciting times are ahead having completed my Masters degree in Illustration at Falmouth University in September, I have secured a wonderful job in a gallery in beautiful Marazion, surrounded by amazing artwork. I am also really looking forward to getting my head down and seeing where my own practice takes me.

A little about my work to date, the mandala and the meaning behind it played a huge part in the research behind my degree and now that I have finished, I cannot wait to see where all this research will direct my own artwork.

The Design

The Design


The design in itself can hold a great deal of meaning for some people, indeed, many who have approached me for a mandala based commission have linked it with something personal. They are symbolic of the universe, and therefore I believe are a great way to establish a sense of belonging.

My final MA show pieces which were displayed at Falmouth Universities Sophronia illustration show centred around Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) This is the need for ritual and order which many with the condition experience, and can be portrayed upon the use of symmetry and ritual in creating the mandala- the repetition of pattern and the intricacy which culminates in an often tightly ordered design.

What’s next?


Right now, I am creating purely for the love of creating, new ideas appear constantly, whether from a daydream or a frost pattern everything acts as inspiration. I can’t wait to sit in my new studio space and illustrate them, and I really hope you enjoy viewing them too.

If you would like more information on a piece, if you would like to discuss ideas for a commission, please see my details in the contact section.

Contact

Welcome to my website!


Exciting times are ahead having completed my Masters degree in Illustration at Falmouth University in September, I have secured a wonderful job in a gallery in beautiful Marazion, surrounded by amazing artwork. I am also really looking forward to getting my head down and seeing where my own practice takes me.

A little about my work to date, the mandala and the meaning behind it played a huge part in the research behind my degree and now that I have finished, I cannot wait to see where all this research will direct my own artwork.

The Design

The Design


The design in itself can hold a great deal of meaning for some people, indeed, many who have approached me for a mandala based commission have linked it with something personal. They are symbolic of the universe, and therefore I believe are a great way to establish a sense of belonging.

My final MA show pieces which were displayed at Falmouth Universities Sophronia illustration show centred around Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) This is the need for ritual and order which many with the condition experience, and can be portrayed upon the use of symmetry and ritual in creating the mandala- the repetition of pattern and the intricacy which culminates in an often tightly ordered design.

What’s next?


Right now, I am creating purely for the love of creating, new ideas appear constantly, whether from a daydream or a frost pattern everything acts as inspiration. I can’t wait to sit in my new studio space and illustrate them, and I really hope you enjoy viewing them too.

If you would like more information on a piece, if you would like to discuss ideas for a commission, please see my details in the contact section.

Contact