News Update


After my annual Summer break, I’m back working on some fun projects and also updated this site a little with a new responsive design and bigger images. My iPhone died and I replaced my laptop too so bear with me while I adjust to new things (and add a bunch of completed projects to the site).

I do have some availability for the rest of 2015 but remember that November and December are my busiest months so get booked in ASAP if you have a project in mind that you want online before Christmas. Just get in touch to discuss.


How can I help?


If you’re looking for a friendly affordable designer to help you with your website, Shopify store, WordPress blog or print projects then you’ve come to the right place! I have 15 years of experience working in web and graphic design and love helping people to get their businesses online and looking awesome. I also run my own store selling products I design and illustrate and run a successful blog with thousands of followers so I know what I’m doing and can pass on what I’ve learned to you.

With my colourful, cute and quirky style inspired by my visits to Japan, I can help you stand out from the crowd, while also making sure the boring technical stuff is bang up to date. I work by myself so you always get the personal touch and I never tire of explaining how things work or how to do something more affordably.

My aim is that you have the website you always wanted at a price that suits you and with the ability to keep things running yourself.

Sound good? Have a look around at some of my previous work or get in touch for a quote or just to chat. I’d love to hear from you!

Art & Illustration

What’s In My Bag?

I don’t often have time to enter Spoonflower’s fabric contests, but I had to do What’s In Your Bag. I turned my doodles into a repeat pattern and then ordered some of the fabric to be made into a pencil case. So now everything in my bag is inside it twice.

what's in my bag in my bag pattern pencil case

Art & Illustration

My Art History

If you’re interested in seeing how my art style developed, I unearthed a huge pile of artwork from my dad’s loft and have been posting the good, bad and the ever more taxing drawing exercises in a series of posts on my Asking For Trouble blog. It starts in high school and goes through art school and beyond so quite a trip down memory lane.