Sunday, 4 July 2010


When I was in London for the D&AD exhibition we had the hottest weather! I got to spend a few days looking around London in the sunshine. One of my favourite places was Colombia Rd. which came to life on a sunday when they have a weekly flower market. A few of these photos are from there and a few from other odd things I liked.

Saturday, 3 July 2010


I recently exhibited at the New Blood exhibition on Brick Lane in London. Here are some photos of the ECA stand and some of other work I liked....

One of our two stalls. From left to right: Shannon Mclean, Gary Mackean, Lena Abbas, Tom McWilliam and Tamsyn Mystkowski.

From left to right: Kristyna Litten, Piotr Klarowski , Jamie Robertson, Nicola O'byrne and Shannon Mclean.

From left to right: Thomas Carlile, Menna Jenkins, Yukari Yoshime, Joseph Pielichaty, Sophie Warden and Funda Cevik.

From left to right: Irene Servillo, Nicole Urqhart, Daniel Buxton, Thomas Carlile, Menna Jenkins and Yukari Yoshime.

IdeasTap Blog

IdeasTap is a website and a non-profit art organization. It is a creative hub and network set up to encourage new ideas, projects and ways of working between young people and organisations. The website also has an online magazine and blog which brings the latest news from the creative arts world. They came down to D&AD New Blood in London while I was exhibiting with the college and they posted some of my work on their blog!

Here is the link to have a look at IdeasTap.....

Friday, 2 July 2010


We had our degree show at Edinburgh College of Art from the 12th June-20th June. It was very stressful getting it all together! Here are some photos of my space.

Saturday, 27 February 2010


Here is a sneak peek at one of the pages of the 'Woodland' volume of my birds of argyll books. The page shows a wren at the top and a goldcrest at the bottom. This is a digital image at the moment but it will be printed for my final book.

Sunday, 14 February 2010


Here is a scan of a drawing which will be in my final book of woodland birds. He's just a black and white ink drawing at the minute but he will be coloured in beautifully for the book!

Friday, 5 February 2010

Christmas Promotion

I haven't posted anything in so long, I can't believe it! Here are some images from a Christmas promotion project I did. I chose to make a robin christmas/business card out of wood with a hinged wing so you could see my name underneath. I screen printed my drawing into wood and had it cut out with a fret saw. Here are the photos from the making process...

My positives on tracing paper and the colours i mixed, ready for printing.

printing the first layer onto the wood

The first layer finished of the robins red breast on the birch plywood.

the second layer printed

the third and final layer of black line and text for the back of the bird

getting the robins cut out on the fret saw


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