This blog is where I will write about any exciting wildlife news and projects I have been involved in!

I have a newsletter!

June 13, 2021
Hello! I'm excited to announce that I've set up a newsletter! It will either come out once a month, or once every couple of months, and will contain information about projects I'm working on, updates in my shop, previews of new work, and exclusive artwork and writing which I won't be releasing elsewhere. If you'd like to subscribe, you can do so...
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The Last Dolphin

June 10, 2021
There is something intoxicatingly beautiful about the ocean. Beautiful because of the satisfying swish-and-sigh of the waves as they tumble backwards and forwards, moving between continents as sure as time passes. Intoxicating because of the slick oil that slips through my fingers as I play with the blackened seaweed growing at the side of the je...
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"When the Whale Sang" prints are now available!

June 09, 2021
I’m really excited to reveal that two sizes of my winning David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) Wildlife Artist of the Year piece “When the Whale Sang” are now available to purchase in my shop! Photos of the prints are shown below in a slideshow. The first photo shows the biggest print, 600mm length, which is a giclée print, produced by All Co...
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DSWF Artist Talk

June 04, 2021
Hello! I recently spoke alongside Martin Aveling, Sofiya Shukhova, Sophie Green, Tom Shepherd, and Tichaona Ncube in David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation's Artist Talk. It was such a fun panel to be part of; we spoke about wildlife artivism, eco-anxiety, and the threshold between science and art. You can watch a recording of the talk on DSWF's YouT...
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Prickles and Paws Poetry competition, and Bristol Science Film Festival

June 03, 2021
I'm so excited to have won the "Vulnerable to Extinction" category in Prickles & Paws ' Hedgehog Awareness Week Poetry competition, with my poem, "Vulnerable to Extinction". The competition was judged by one of my favourite nature writers and illustrators, Tiffany Francis-Baker, and I am so happy she liked my poem! Vulnerable to extinction The...
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