One heart and two swallows, a tribute to Sailor Jerry

My most recent work has just been printed and posted, to around 150 wedding guests. It’s a bit nerve-wracking to commission yourself to do something you love, for a very special day, and then sharing the results with lots of close friends and family….fearing their comments and secretly hoping they just loved it! Fortunately the… Continue reading One heart and two swallows, a tribute to Sailor Jerry

Cartography and Ceramics? Yes, Please.

The more I explore art whilst working in scientific publishing, the more I discover unexpected connections between science and art. At the weekend, I came across something really unusual when I visited the Arches Studios in Peckham. Walking randomly into one of the open studios, I stumbled into the fantastic cartography ceramics by Loraine Rutt.… Continue reading Cartography and Ceramics? Yes, Please.

Portrait Photography in Action – An Interview with Lorna Milburn

I know many photographers, most of them very talented, but I know one photographer who is able to make me feel completely relaxed in front of her camera: Lorna Milburn. She comes from a fine art background and has a rare sensitivity for people’s moods and feelings. I simply love her work, she is able… Continue reading Portrait Photography in Action – An Interview with Lorna Milburn

Brides, Burlesque and Bluegrass

At last! Blogging again. Not that I think anyone has particularly missed my posts, but I have missed writing, a lot. I’ve been going around with ideas in my head that I just wanted to put out there. Why so difficult? Fortunately, I have good excuses, and they are nice too! First, I got a

Start and finish the day happy – an interview with illustrator Vic Lee

Continuing my quest to find the perfect recipe for creativity, this month I’ve interviewed Peckham-based illustrator Vic Lee. He came to be an illustrator after a long journey through various jobs that had some or nothing to do with holding a pen. Now he spends most of his time making stunning visual reinterpretations of the… Continue reading Start and finish the day happy – an interview with illustrator Vic Lee