We're teaming up with the wonderfully stylish and dreamy boutique accessories brand, THE DOT for our first ever wearable art collection. Call Me Baby, sees a red-headed lover sprawled on a baby pink carpet amid a night of playful flirtation. Inspired by glossy 1970's gloss, Guy Bordin and the Pantone colours of the year - Rose Quartz and Serenity. The imagery will grace a collection of accessories including a large silk scarf, Prada style tote, clutch wallets, purses and more. Beautifully constructed with each design cropped and edited diversely across the products, we're very excited about launching our collection to Hong Kong this April 26th. Here's a little teaser - the first from the collection,...

How and what I used for my recent Live Painting at The Printspace Gallery. For those who couldn't make it to the very busy and energetic launch of Drawn at The Printspace Gallery, a couple of weeks ago,  which included live painting by myself and Reeps One, you'll be pleased to know that the guys at The Printspace have cut an awesome video capturing all the best bits! It was the first ever Illustration event at the Space which included live art, anexhibition, talks and my Mixed Media Portrait workshop. More on that, coming soon! It was great to paint live...

A little sneak of my new piece for my Miss Led Letters project. I really wanted to take the idea of lettering and hair to a more complex style rather than just as a silohette as previously seen early in the year. Hope to finish this off after a few new commissions are underway. ...

Read all about the launch of 'Drawn', the first Printspace Illustration show, last week. Some excellent work showcasing at the gallery, with myself, Reeps One and Ben Hopper painting live. See all the work, which is exhibiting at the Shoreditch gallery over the next 2 weeks. http://www.theprintspace.co.uk/blog/drawn-private-view/ ...

I'm running my first Miss Led workshop next week, and you can enter to win a place! Only 10 available places - so get clicking! http://bit.ly/drawmissled ...

Last Thursday night, 71a Gallery, Shoreditch hosted the launch night of Not For Rental Project . The exhibition, produced by Little White Lies and directed by Timba Smits held over 2oo original artworks by some incredible talent, focusing on film but keeping the film title and artist identity to the back cover of the vintage VHS cases.  After much deliberation I finally decided on my film choice and character. Only using graphite and charcoal on watercolour paper I wanted the drawing to illustrate the opulent and sensual tones of the film using lots of detail and extra elements. I hope you like!   ...

Taken a little time out to update the portfolio the last week. As the beginning of the year focus was very much on portraiture. Few full length mixed media images on the go. Working with ink and watercolour again. Lots of fun. More to come - keep checking in!   ...

My second front cover. And first article feature in Wales. Lets hope this is the first of many. Tracing my Welsh heritage though family influences, early painting and adventures - hours spent painting over the Bwlch, coastal walks through castle ruins, stepping stones over rivers. Wow, pure nostalgia. Thank you!! Read the full article - page 7 & 8 here: Valleys Life ...