Recently, Immersive theatre Maestros Punchdrunk put on a hell of a show in London. They took over an abandoned firehouse in Paddington to build a complex, vast and detailed set to bring Woyzeck, a tale of jealously and betrayal, to life as The Drowned Man. I went to the show twice and loved it both […]
Of all the things I love, illustrating things with watercolour, pencil and ink is kinda my favourite. This page is a collection of watercolour and pencil illustrations from a variety of subject matter and events; all of which were experienced from life and then illustrated from memory and occasional photo aides. Coke Can Illustrated from photo […]
Recently I was able to put together a proposal regarding Easter in which I did a series of Egg illustrations using watercolour and ink. I also drew a beet root, and then generously used an eraser in Photoshop to give the eggs a faded and rustic appearance. Below are the results!
Every year my alma matter William Allen High School has a fundraiser for the Allentown Arts Academy. The Arts Academy is a program within the school that allows high schoolers to enjoy and benefit from nearly 3 hours of arts education every school day. It’s a wonderful initiative, and in a world of cuts to […]
Fresh off the wonderful Alice in Wonderland Theatre experience, I was frantically searching through all my old work sketchbooks looking for the £2,000 worth of company receipts that I lost (kill me) and found these gems! I presume they are for a window we never did, but all with a very Alice in Wonderland theme! […]
A few pencil, watercolour, and ink sketches of me holding a cut orange. Still going through a bit of a fruit phrase I think!!
The Design Museum does an excellent twitter activity every Monday at lunchtime (UK lunchtime obvs!) where they set you a drawing challenge to complete on your lunch break. Normally it’s things like ‘draw your lunch,’ ‘draw a postbox,”draw the jewelry you’re wearing,’ you know, reasonably normal things to draw. This was one of their recent […]