Artwork created in layers of paper featuring in Summer: A Folio Anthology, published by The Folio Society. The summer themed illustrations follow a warm yellow palette and are inspired by poetry and other words edited by Sue Bradbury. Read More.
Artwork cut in layers of paper.
Detail from artwork created in layers of paper. This is one of the first cut paper artwork I ever created, originally as a way to explore colour and composition for fashion print.
Artwork cut in layers of paper. It's part of a series exploring exotic florals in vivid colour palettes.
Detail from artwork cut in paper.
Artwork cut in paper. The artwork was originally commissioned by Corvus and a cropped version feature on When Hoopoes Go to Heaven by Gaile Parkin.
Detail of artwork celebrating the spring season at Kew Gardens, London. Cut in paper
This artwork was created to coincide with the Orchid Festival in spring at Kew Gardens. The Venus motif now feature on cards and notepads by Bookbinders Design. Artwork cut in paper.
Detail from artwork created as part of a series of illustrations inspired by the Cycle of Life. A version of Snakeskin featured in Please! Magazine 5th Anniversary issue. Artwork cut in paper.
This artwork was created as part of a series of illustrations inspired by the Cycle of Life. Cut in paper.
Detail of artwork cut in paper. The original version Red Myrtle was created as part of a collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum and is now part of the Museum and Study Collection of Central St Martins.
The Myrtle motif was originally commissioned by the Victoria & Albert Museum to celebrate wedding season. In the the language of flowers the myrtle is a symbol of love and friendship. Cut in paper.
Detail of artwork cut in layers of paper. The Sea Red motif feature on the cover of the Swedish edition of Rachel Cusk's novel Transit.
This motif feature as the cover art for the Swedish edition of Rachel Cusk's novel Transit. A version of the Sea motif first featured as a textile print in the Cacharel SS07 Collection. Cut in paper.