A selection of traditionally illustrated and vector-illustrated tools for a new jewellery school in the north east of Scotland.
A natural history-inspired risograph print which shows off what is probably Scotland's most popular vegetable: the tattie, or potato. Taken from an original biro illustration.
A series of figures created for a book chapter entitled ‘Cell-cell interactions driving differentiation of adult pancreatic stem cells’.
This natural history-style greetings card shows off Scotland's most elusive animal. Perfect for quirky birthdays, Robert Burns lovers, those that like really weird meat dishes, or just because. Left blank inside so you can decide on the occasion. Available to purchase from the shop.
A one-month, ridiculous celebration of breast in support of breast cancer research.
A series of botanical illustrations, created for Lucky Cloud’s botanical skincare packaging and marketing.
A series of accurately-portrayed wildlife drawings, part of my ongoing Natural History collection. For this ongoing personal project, I am experimenting with modern takes on the traditional natural history style illustration: combining my drawings with photographs by Linda Colquhoun.