Commissioned by 'Back Off Scotland'. A campaign to create an 100m buffer-line for protesters from abortion clinic's in Scotland. This illustration was for an article based on the legalisation of Telemedical abortion (abortion from home).
Abbey Steps Tearoom & Coffee Shop
Commissioned Logo design for Abbey Steps Tearoom & Coffee shop. Used for their signage, stamped paper bags and coffee cups.
The Lion Inn, Blakey Ridge
One of three paintings which were commissioned as a wedding present to a couple who live in Switzerland to remind them of their home. Blakey Ridge is the grooms favourite pub!
Plate for Gecko
Commissioned to create a 10" plate for Gecko, the singer and songwriter! (Commissioned by his parents, photographed with Rubicon the kitten).
Commissioned to create a 11X14" Acrylic painting on MDF and frame it. The painting is of the view of where the couple had breakfast on holiday for their 25th wedding anniversary.
Commissioned for a collection of 12 dinner plates each with a unique cat illustrations on them.
Gutsy Gingers - Postcards
Commissioned to create an postcard design which was reproduced 1000X for local world culture shop, Gutsy Gingers, in Whitby.
Commissioned to create an acrylic on MDF 8 X 8" painting of Richmond.
Commissioned to create an 10X10" acrylic on MDF painting of Whitby Harbour. The commissioner requested the painting has the lifeboat in the harbour and lots of pink and purple.
Boujee Beach Lady
Commissioned to create an 30X40" Framed acrylic painting on MDF of a tattooed lady on the beach enjoying a glass of wine. Boujee!
Limited Edition Giclée prints
Commissioned by The Soil Association, Scotland. I produced one illustration based on their 'Landscape Leadership Programme' which I produced 10 times, A3, for each participant on the programme.
The Grove Bed & Breakfast, Whitby
Commissioned to create an acrylic on MDF 11X14", for The Grove Bed & Breakfast, in Whitby.
Whitby from East to West
Commissioned by Ian Storey to create a 15X47" Acrylic Painting on MDF of Whitby stretching from Whitby Abbey to The Pavilion. Click the link to see the full painting.