Category Archive: Architecture


Another one from France I’d forgotten to add. Laon Cathedral, drawn crouching on cobbles over a few hours in the sun -and getting a little burnt in the process. Possibly my new favourite… Continue reading


Lovely to see my drawings in crisp print! Thanks to the lovely people at EggMag for picking my image of a brand-spankingly-shiny Greener, Self-Sufficient London for their latest ‘Future’ Issue. I’ve been a… Continue reading

The National

Twenty minutes to to kill in the National Theatre so a quick doodle. It’s always been my favourite building on the South Bank, but I was lucky enough to deal with the building… Continue reading

Across the channel

Some sketches from a family trip to France. Much rambling through streets, eating of bready things, drinking, when we weren’t sheltering from a heat wave or thunder and lightning. This is Kate squeezing… Continue reading

Return to Spitalfields

A warm welcome to those of you who’ve found me via this Spitalfields Life article. Slightly surreal but very flattering being interviewed about, well, myself! I hope to be tagging along with the… Continue reading

Culture Mouse visits the V&A

This picture is barely much bigger than it seems on screen, at just under 8×6 inches. I’ve done it deliberately small with a teeny 0.1 pen, to stop me taking too much time… Continue reading

Wren & Hawksmoor

I finish my office job shortly and am gearing up for a busy summer of drawing, before starting the Prince’s Drawing School in September. Having the time and opportunity to draw more is… Continue reading

Drawings from before my time

Having gone to the Royal Academy to see the Sandby exhibition, I wasn’t massively impressed. But, if you find yourself at the RA anytime soon or at the Summer exhibition, do make a… Continue reading

House Beautiful

I’m proud to be informing interior design and home-making enthusiasts all the over the country this month with this double-page spread illustration in the latest edition of House Beautiful magazine. Hand-doodled from my… Continue reading

Climbing Charing Cross

Old friends will know I have more than just a passing obsession with the Eleanor Crosses, the memorials built by Edward I to his Queen Eleanor after she died in 1290. Last Thursday… Continue reading