Sunday, 19 May 2013
Thursday, 16 May 2013
I love getting post. Here are some of the more exciting parcels that have arrived of late...
The Cheltenham Illustration Awards catalogue 2012...
ILLO13 The 3x3 International Illustration Directory...
And MOST excitingly, a drawing game. Who could resist playing matchbox pictionary? Thanks to Daisy Hirst and Becky Palmer for sending it my way. The question is, who wants to play next?
Saturday, 11 May 2013
After about a year of talking to someone on Twitter, it's great to finally meet them in person. This morning I met Beth Cox, a freelance editor and inclusion consultant for children's books. Check out her website Without Exception here, and Inclusive Minds here.
Thursday, 9 May 2013
Yay, our exhibition had a double page spread in the Cambridge News. Thankfully, I wasn't there when the photographer was. You can read the article online here.
Sunday, 5 May 2013
Thursday was the opening of our exhibition, 'stories begging to be told', at the Drawing Cube in Cambridge. LOTS of people came and drank wine. The show is on until the 9th June so you still have plenty of time to see the exhibition which includes work by Becky Palmer, Karin Eklund, Kathrin Lang, Meria Palin, Joanne Young and myself! Here's a few pics of the work on show. Special thanks to Karin for organising such a lovely soiree.
The private view
Tuesday, 23 April 2013
I'm very excited to be included in an upcoming exhibition called 'Stories begging to be told' at the Drawing Cube in Cambridge. The exhibition includes work by Becky Palmer, Karin Eklund, Kathrin Lang, Meria Palin, Joanne Young and me! Please come along, and for more information about the artists, please visit the Drawing Cube blog.
Friday, 12 April 2013
Wednesday, 3 April 2013
My work was on the Cambridge School of Art stand. Thanks to all those involved, especially Pam and Marta.
Zack's work made it in to the Bologna Illustrators Exhibition.
He was so happy he levitated.
I saw a very moving Lorenzo Mattotti exhibition.
And this most wonderful drawing... (not by Lorenzo Mattotti)
We played many a drawing game... (more on that to follow)
And last but by no means least, I met the lovely people at Child's Play, Oxford University Press, Topipttori and Bloomsbury amongst others.
All in all a very inspiring trip!