Four legs and two legs

Following on from my last post, I’ve also been studying the relationship between animals and humans as told through the history of art. Its been a joy to scour museums for animals, and… Continue reading

Four legs good

I’ve been drawing a lot of animals recently. It started with a great course at the school called ‘Man and Beast’ exploring the relationship between creatures and humans, and I’ve been rather hooked… Continue reading

Burlison & Grylls

I have only a few weeks left at the Prince’s Drawing School and it is dawning on me that the summer is going to bring with it the daunting process of working out… Continue reading

Return to Windsor

Its been shamefully long since I last checked in, so long a few kind people who I’ve never meet have even checked as to my health! Thank you. I am well and have… Continue reading

Drawathon completed!

I am gradually recovering from an epic drawing session. Thank you everyone who has sponsored me, both commissioning original drawings, and donating to this great cause on my Drawathon. I’m absolutely worn out,… Continue reading


Following on from studies of portraits in the National Gallery, a few offerings by my own hand from the last few weeks, the paintings from a class. As I mentioned before, part of… Continue reading

Portraits at the National Gallery

I’ve enjoyed doodling people for a long time. Friends in front of the TV, people at work, which makes for an interesting contrast of zombie-like or focused and limbs flying. But recently I’ve… Continue reading

A sketchbook

Towards the end of last year I was given a gift voucher for Cornelissen & Son by friends with the instructions ‘treat yourself’. It’s not a shop that I go to often, not… Continue reading

In Print… and Drawathon update

As a budding artist/illustrator (who’s still a part-time student!) it’s very exciting to see yourself (well, yourself as embedded in your drawings) in print. The crisp pages, the smell of ink, the marks… Continue reading


UPDATE! UPDATE! I am now fully booked for commissioned drawings, but you can still donate and get yourself a signed, limited-edition print. Please contact me via email for details! Just over six months… Continue reading