A lovely collaboration, using illustration with children's photography.Read More
Behind the scenes at the BySun a/w 2016 photoshootRead More
Meeting BySun at their Shoreditch showroomRead More
I can't describe how much I've enjoyed creating illustrations inspired by Kelly Love's a/w15 collection. I created the most amazing mood board, full of kinfolk imagery, Scandi-minimalism, pastel shades, windswept landscapes. Now I just want to paint covers for novels like Sunset Song and Wuthering Heights.
Visiting Kelly Love in her beautiful home-studioRead More
Awon Golding's creative atelier.
Meeting Kelly Shaw at her studio.Read More
Over the last few weeks have been creating fashion illustrations inspired by designer Florence Bridge's s/s 16 collection.
I've captured details from her wonderful digital prints, neon clasp details and Mongolian lambswool textures.
You can read more about Florence and my collaboration with her here.
Visiting Florence Bridge at her showroom.Read More
Today is the last day of London fashion week, and the first day of a new exciting personal project for me. For the next six months, inter-London fashion weeks, I'm going to be focussing on a new series of exciting, contemporary fashion illustration.
I'll be visiting independent fashion designers in their London studios to get an insight into their inspirations and design process. This exclusive and personal insight into their collections will allow me to work with these designers to create illustrations that capture their original vision and depict the important details and textures which form their signature style.
I'll be visiting studios with my fashionary sketchbook in hand, to take notes and keep a visual record of the shapes and important details. I'll then take these back to my studio and work these into finished illustrations.
Since this is a personal project, I'm hoping to take more time to develop ideas, experiment and work at a bigger scale than normal.
Follow me on Instagram to see my ongoing sketches, work-in-progress and illustrations. I'll be be using the hashtag #londonfashionpeek. As I go, I'll also be writing introductions about each of the designers, to give you some background to the project.
If you're a fashion designer and would like to get involved, get in touch.