Drawing School Week 1: The National Gallery

First week on HRH’s postgraduate diploma and happily I seem to be drawing or illustrating  every day in one way or another. There’s a mound of life drawing to sort (too big to… Continue reading

Under the bonnet

and down in sunny South London: Andrew, Mike and Luke at work at Andrew Brock’s garage, Shawbury Road, off Lordship Lane.

Letter by Letter

Its been shamefully long since last posting, thanks to regulars for being patient! The end of Summer has proved to be both busy and exciting, with trips to foreign shores, a small exhibition… Continue reading

Laon

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

Islay: The Angels’ Share

We found the residents of Islay rather happy about the aforementioned rain. It turned out that they’d had a dry season of several weeks and a drop in water levels, leading to some… Continue reading

North by Northwest: Islay

It’s been an epic few weeks and a lot of drawings to follow…  Over 500 miles away from home, a pilgrimage to the island of Islay off the west coast of Scotland with… Continue reading

EggMag

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 Postgraduate in the Pub

A quick insight into the busy life of an Phd student. This is a friend recovering after a hard morning in the British Museum and a potter through Clerkenwell and the City taking… 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