I love animals, fairy tales and the natural world. I also like space, the internet, fashion and people watching.
I was mostly a digital artist before I came to Cambridge, and while I still enjoy rendering images digitally I enjoy the textures that come from traditional methods. I am particularly inspired by screenprinting and risograph, and like to experiment with arranging layers digitally to create a loose feel. I love to paint with gouache and work coloured pencil on top. I want to keep experimenting with colour, texture and shape, to find new and exciting ways to create characters.
Before coming to Cambridge I read English at Exeter, where I became particularly interested in critical theory such as feminist and postcolonial studies. I am most inspired by fantasy, and stories about love and friendship.
My master's stage project, 'The Wolf in the Wood', is about a girl who leaves her village to discover her true animal identity in the forest.