Wednesday, 14 October 2009

My website

Here is a link to my website:-)

The Thames Festival

I worked for the company Art Burst at the Thames Festival in September. It was my first time at the festival and I'd definitely go again! Lots of activities and yummy food stalls:-) However, I spent most of the day making glitter fish with children passing by! Working for the company again in half term on a puppet workshop- will let you know how it goes!

The Tree House Gallery

I have been seriously awful at blogging this summer. After losing my portfolio after my degree show I decided to take a rest from my art. So I thought I'd write about some other things I got up to this summer. If you didn't see this in Regents Park, it was a free gallery/ library/ workshop space in built in the trees! The project was funded completely through donations. I ran a short work shop for children there, making dream catchers out of natural materials. It was a lot of fun and a nice escape from the city!

Tuesday, 28 April 2009

Another Earth Listings

This piece is on the subject of tourism and its impact on our environment. It's being used for Amelia Magazine in the Earth Listings. I really like doing these environmental briefs for Amelia, if i have time i might enter there competition to produce a A1 poster to help with one of their campaigns.

Final spreads for Macmillan competition

Wednesday, 25 March 2009

Completed rough book!

It is not bound or printed yet because i still need to clean up the images and add text. But alllllll the drawings are done finally! I think this project might have an end after all!

Monday, 16 March 2009

Amelia's magazine

Two posts in one day is unusual for me. However, i've just seen that an image i sent into Amelia magazine is online! I'm very chuffed! This image is the product of a very stressful last Friday. Not only did i have a job interview for a part time job, i helped my friend with hair and make up for her degree film and managed to put something together for this earth listing...phew! So considering it's such a rushed piece i'm very pleased that they used it. If you haven't had a look at Amelia before here's the link: