My most recent illustrative MA project ‘Performers of the Everyday’ is recognized for consistently developing innovative techniques to encourage creativity and visual product improvement. Experienced in both traditional and digital media, and an identity based on contrast and scale, I have developed versatile and thematic experimentation which has been tried through various collaborative events as well as solo projects. I am a creative with a diverse and varied portfolio showcasing personal evolution in artistic journey. Most recently, I have responded to various client briefs that range from editorial and book covers, to self initiated projects reimagining a collaborative parachute game derived from childhood nostalgia. In the future I aim to publish my children's book titled after the fantastical protagonist, 'Mossy'. The bright artificial colours lead Mossy to believe that inanimate man-made objects are actually alive and animate, and most importantly potential friends!