I’ve just set up an Etsy shop and will add my prints, cards etc to it gradually…
North Berwick Law and Fox in Snow | Traprain Law in Gold Light | Herring Gull in Portobello. See on Etsy
Slanting Rain, illustration and design for a new commission by Alasdair Nicolson for Edinburgh Quartet | Revolution for Edinburgh Quartet | NORD, a new Firefly Studio play by Eleanor Morrison and Kirsty Byers
Set of illustrations for Macmillan Publishing to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the original Alice in Wonderland publication.
Tommy Foggo Superhero illustration and design | design for a Greenpeace poster competition | Hadley Court Singers concert flyer
Set of Shakespeare characters in the Macmillan Young Reader style for Macmillan Publishing to celebrate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death.
East Neuk Festival 2015 brochure cover and 2016 promotional postcard showing festival highlights on a map of the East Neuk.
My series of East Coast scenes. Prints and cards are available to buy.
illustration and design for John Muir Trust | illustration for a 2017 christmas card
I was commissioned to create the East Lothian Council’s Christmas card, to feature a local landmark – “yes please no problem” says I with my Bass Rock obsession! I ventured out and included Tantallon Castle, another of my favourites, and the pink footed goose because they fly home for Christmas. I’ve been so pleased with the response it’s received – The East Lothian Courier tweeted that it was their favourite card of 2013, and it’s also been tweeted by Historic Scotland and the Sea Bird Centre, among others.
My Birds and a Bee series of illustrations. Prints and cards are available to buy.
Illustration for Knit Two Together, a Stellar Quines project celebrating the textile history of the Scottish Borders
My calendar for 2013: a collection of the year’s illustration
Summers : Silvola : Kvam – Mala Fama CD | Illustration for Pearson, to be included in an English Language teaching publication (the assignment discusses using the medium of advertising to criticize advertising)
I took part in the Caledonian Challenge (54 miles of walking within 24 hours) and created this wee illustration to encourage sponsorship from friends. Much to my surprise, I absolutely loved the walk and didn’t really live up to my illustration – I was the annoying team member who was still cheerful in the middle of the night!