Frequently Asked Questions:
Where are you based?
I was born and raised in Devon, I was lucky to have a nice childhood in the rural countryside surrounded by nature. I now live in Oxfordshire near Oxford and Reading with my fiancé.
Where did you study?
I received my BA Hons in Illustration at Falmouth University in Falmouth, Cornwall.
What materials do you use for your work?
I work entirely digitally on my iPad Pro on Procreate for all of my illustrations, occasionally making edits on Adobe Photoshop.
What are your rates?
This depends entirely on the type of project you have in mind. You will need to contact me with all the details of your project including a time schedule and budget. We will discuss your ideas so I can provide you with a suitable quote.
What projects can you work on?
I can work on a variety of projects such as illustrated children’s books, book covers, editorial, character design, and illustrations for design packaging.
Can you illustrate my book?
All serious inquiries can be sent to my agent at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you do private commissions?
Yes, I do but please drop me an email to discuss what you may want and I’ll see if I can fit it into my schedule. Some private commissions I’ve done in the past are pet portraits or family portraits which are perfect for a birthday or Christmas gift!
Can you work with international clients?
Definitely! I always enjoy working with international clients, the time difference is never an issue as we will have regular emails to communicate and I’m flexible with time.
Do you do illustration workshops for children?
Yes, I do! I love hosting illustration workshops for kids. If you want more details on what I can offer in a workshop, please get in touch at email@example.com. I will provide you options of what I can do in a workshop for kids ranging in different ages.
Do you sell prints?
Yes, I have a print shop over on INPrint, please take a look. If there’s an illustration you want as a print that isn’t on here, please get in touch and I can get it made into a print for you.