You’ve been working as an illustrator for years; has the new technology affected how you work on new projects?
I’ve been lucky because I was growing up in the age of the computer. I first created art on a computer when I was 10 years old and as I have developed as an artist in turn computers and packages have improved, making everything easier. I think my day job as a graphics designer really helps because it always ensures I am up to speed with the latest creative applications. Although working "traditional" is great because you can’t beat the feeling and ease of drawing in a sketchpad or painting on canvas; everything ends up digital so it is very important to be versatile.
Are you currently working on any projects that we can look forward to?
I’m working on a few, a secret little book for little girls, an alphabet book project and a new online card and t-shirt shop.
Is there anything else you would like to share with us?
I’d just like to take this opportunity to thank you for asking me to do this interview.
Thank your for sharing some insight on your talent. Where can people find out more information about you and your work?
My website is a good starting point as it has links to everything.
If you want to see how I work or ideas come, where I’m exhibiting or my latest achievements, my blog is very good.
I have a little Etsy shop where you can buy a few limited edition cards and products.
And finally you can all pop by and say hi via Facebook.