Work with me
If you would like to collaborate or commission me as an illustrator, please do get in touch!
You may be....a restaurant, travel company, hotel, interior design company, wedding planner (or bride!), interior brand, homeware or travel brand, a chef, magazine or publishers and so on! If you are looking for some interesting illustrations for you, your company or brand, I'd love to discuss the project with you and create some illustrations for you....
Some examples of work....
I loved working on this job for the gorgeous Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, in London. I was asked to illustrate the interior of the venue and illustrations of the different courses and cocktails for their menu, for a special event.
Illustrations for Interior Consultancy company Maggie & Lewis Interiors. Kathryn wanted me to do illustrations for the different services she provides and logo for her website and business card. For example the paint chart for Colour Consultation and we decided on a simple lamp for Interior Styling.
Chef and marine biologist of The Corner Plot asked me to create a logo and some plated food illustrations for her. When I was a Stylist, one of my favourite things was styling a place setting with gorgeous tableware, so I really enjoyed illustrating these for her. The plate of mackerel is now her logo.
I was asked to create illustrations for The Dally, a new neighbourhood members club opening in Islington this year. They asked for illustrations in black & white of different areas within the club, a fantasy Islington street scene with the actual club building, and a map. They wanted them to have a feel of movement and people being there without anyone actually in the illustration.
The club is still in the process of being designed so I came up with the interior style for the illustrations, based on a mood-board of the interior design. I provided a mood-board of photos for each interior illustration to the client before I started, so they could get a feel of style and mood of each one. I then illustrated and painted them in colour as I wanted to create different B&W tones, and then changed them to black and white after on the computer.