Design and illustrate an educational booklet to accompany National Portrait Gallery's new portrait exhibition at Montacute House in Somerset. Target audience - families, children 3yrs and upwards, adults. Liaise with National Trust Senior Experience Officer, for further details required. Booklet to include fun and challenging activities as well as educational content.
2016, 2018 and 2019 Administrator (three separate periods) to organise the Young Open children's art competition and exhibition. Design literature, as well as Design poster design and content. Design logo for social media and posters. Organise and administrate online, verbal and written contact with over 220 schools and clubs, in order to encourage them to submit artwork for the competition. 2016 saw over 300 entries (twice as many as the previous year); 2018 saw over 350 entries and 2019 saw 420 entries, from many schools and numerous individual entrants in Wessex region, but now accepting artwork from artists as far as London and Cornwall.
Graduated with a BA (Hons) Illustration through University of Hertfordshire. I began freelancing for illustration, graphic design and web design, after leaving my last permanent role as Highways Engineer for a local Authority in 2013. I have worked for clients by creating book illustrations, designing book covers, educational booklets and providing a web design service, both in South West England and internationally.
From a schoolgirl who wreaks death and destruction on her bullies via a magical ceremony, a man-eating siren who picks the wrong kind of soul to suck, a worker at a factory where cheese is made by milking humanoid creatures, a mobster who finds enlightenment through the resurrection of an assassinated village mayor, and a man who must wrestle for the attentions of his beloved with a mythical c... read more
Now onto its fifth volume, the Dark Lane Anthology series once again brings the reader a collection of weird worlds and strange stories from both established authors and promising newcomers. In this edition the reader will encounter monsters and changelings, troublesome smells afflicting historic English towns, nefarious 19th century narcotics, overgrown creepy crawlies, mysterious murders, de... read more
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What do we have here? Dark Lane Anthology Volume Three contains everything readers have come to enjo....
An assortment of the weird and wonderful, the monstrous and the macabre, the Dark Lane anthology series continues with Volume Two. Containing brand new stories from authors such as Rebecca Lloyd, James Everington, Louis Rakovich, Mathew Lett, Keldra Crich, and a host of other talents, not to mention artwork from Vikki Yeates, Luna Lynch, Martin Greaves and Sally Barnett, this is one anthology ... read more
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A fantastic children’s book about an unexpected adventure. Beautiful artwork, delightful characters—Every page is sure to impress! Synopsis: Marvin’s got an attitude problem. Do you know any kids like that? Yet despite himself, Marvin is thrown into an afternoon adventure because of an annoying situation--he’s lost his marble. This leads him on a search that ends in a strange encounter. At the... read more
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