I am an expressive illustrator whose work is approached with a humorous take and commonly revolves around themes of kitsch horror and femininity.
I am a Scottish illustrator who enjoys juxtaposing themes of horror, femininity and comfort through bold and bright illustrations. I am consistently inspired by films, pop culture, nostalgia and everyday experiences which is reflected throughout my work.
Alongside having an interest in comic and zine making, I am fond of utilising portraiture as a form of storytelling to relate to the viewer and engage with those who have similar interests as myself. With detailed compositions, loose shapes and playful colour palettes, I aim to have the ability to fulfil various briefs with my style.
Through my lighthearted design work, I want to communicate a sense of humour and bring joy to the viewer.
Illustrated re-imagination of Ghostface from the film ‘Scream’ at a sleepover.
Displaying my personal utopia - in a cosy environment surrounded by soup.
One Good Scare - Vol 1: Psycho
First volume of a series of fan-made zines that aim to guide horror fanatics through the films that define the horror genre.
Illustrated Map - Side 1
A self promotional cross fold map created to display what inspires my creative process and who I am as an illustrator.
Illustrated Map - Side 2
Back side of my self promotional cross fold map, displaying the house which illustrated me resides in placed on top of a ladies head.
Concept idea of how I imagine Pennywise the clown relaxing on the weekend.
Penguin Books Competition
Book cover design for ‘The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future’ by David Wallace-Wells.
Scriberia - 5 a Day Tips
A two day project set by Scriberia to create a visual guide on how to achieve your 5 a day.
One Good Scare - Vol 2: Suspiria
Second volume of my fan-made horror zines.
An illustrated comic which follows the day of a mother-daughter duo who sequentially experience a bad day.