BA (Hons) Illustration
Prolific in traditional art, I tend to use ink, gouache and wax crayons to inform themes of fantasy, nature and the human form. Recently I have explored the theme of the Monstrous Feminine, creating alluring demons and witches through the use of gritty textures and negative space. Though my work is primarily hand-drawn, NUA has enabled me to expand my creative practice by jump-starting my passion for printmaking processes. Using my knowledge of colour and delicate lines, I’ve produced risograph prints and various screen-printed tote bags that I’ve sold at local markets and online.
During my time in Norwich, I’ve had the pleasure of working with clients such as the Tyndall Centre and the Landworkers’ Alliance, as well as having my work exhibited with Norwich Queer Contemporaries. I pride myself on versatility, and I enjoy creating work about a variety of subjects. I aim to apply my drawing ability and experience with live briefs to further advance my career in Illustration.