Maps illustrating different modes of transports and their various routes from La Casa di Piero into Florence, Italy. Linking sister companies Il Santo Bevitore Ristorante, Gurdulù and tourist attractions to the Casa.
Mini icons for the programme of events at Hazlegrove School's Festival of Wellbeing. Activities included, musical concerts, the opening of their Garden of Wellbeing and various talks covering subjects from religion to mental health.
A personal project designing and illustrating a mini travel guide of both Falmouth and London. The guides include top tips on where to eat and drink as well as activities to take part in, all the stops are shown on a pull out map at the back of the book.
Informative maps for Dean & Reddyhoff marinas in Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight. Maps include East Cowes, Haslar, Portland, Deacons and Weymouth. Seagulls produced for their website and marketing materials.
Various illustrations for personalised wedding gifts and invitaions.
A series of illustrated maps for Jamie Magazine exploring European cities through their food and drink culture. Cities include; Stockholm, Tenerife, Leeds, Bath, Cambridge, Paris and Florence.
Spud is the food baby of Stella Isaac, Rachel Akerman and Ella Kasperowicz, who met at Falmouth University. It's roots are a shared love of seasonal veg and what you can do with it, however the collaboration has expanded to food and travel. They have produced multiple informative zines that have included The Parsnip, The Beetroot, A Halloween Special and SPUD goes to the Big Apple.
The beginning of book concept exploring the amazing habits of native birds. This Long-tailed Tit keeps the eggs in her nest incubated above 40C in order for the to hatch. The Magpie has learnt that human building materials work exceptionally well to provide structure to their nests. The male Wren will make on average six nests for the female Wren to choose from; she will then line it with feathers.
Cornwall Forever is a website that explores the history and culture found all around Cornwall. Its aim is to encourage children to learn about their heritage and ancestors. These illustrations were produced to accompany an article on the Falmouth Packet Service that ran from 1689 to 1851 and delivered mail all around the world on ships.
Props and backdrops from multiple productions including A Midsummer Night's Dream and Aristocats.