The poem 'Remembering to Breathe' inspired me to create digital drawings based on breathing apparatus - all of the three masks help you to survive in dangerous conditions and even without a person wearing them are very 'human' looking, which was why I specifically researched and illustrated...
Illustrations of things I saw around Ipswich's marina with a map of the routes beneath it.
A digitally drawn depiction of two aircrafts in the sky to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Martlesham Heath Airfield.
A digitally drawn depiction of an aircraft in a sky that reads '100' to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Martlesham Heath Airfield.
When challenged with the question "What is Popping?" I thought of ideas growing like leaves from other peoples work, eventually becoming one big work of art.
Sketches for an ocean themed website, specifically looking at how an octopus can be a part of viewing and navigation.
Initially I began to draw flowers - since the red of 'Ignite' reminded me of a poppy field - but I quickly turned to the idea of a peacock (I wonder where that idea came from!) since I had never drawn one before and was interested to find out what would come of it.
Using the natural world around me I created different studies of flowers, fruit and textures in my own style.
I was inspired by how busy the image was, without overwhelming the piece. I tried to recreate the busy appearance in my own style - with the theme of electricity.
Inspired by the striking eyes of the wolf in 'It's in the Eyes', I attempted to rediscover that emotion through an entirely different creatures eyes.