One of my newest pattern designs is a fun little tropical number called Calypso. This tropical pattern design features a few of my botanical illustrations. I drew all of the elements either from life or from one of my photographs. I used a combination of watercolour pencils (Caran D’Ache) and
I would like to introduce you to ‘Tropico’, a puzzle design that I have created using my own photographs. I was inspired after reading Sir David Attenborough’s recent book, A Life on Our Planet, and his message about the importance of biodiversity. To create this puzzle, I searched through my
More images from my early morning wanderings at Peregian Beach – you can see Part 1 here 🙂
Noosa National Park is such a stunning place to visit – there are amazing ocean vistas and interesting natural features like the coastal vegetation. I always jump at the chance for a walk around the park – these photos were from my last visit a couple of months ago –
There is nothing better than waking up early, getting to the beach, and watching the way the light interacts with the water and landscape. These are some more photos from my visit to Hastings Point – I’m super excited about this weekend as the weather is looking fantastic for Easter
Hi everyone! Apologies for my absence – I have been on holidays to the Solomon Islands! Lots of water time and lots of photos to share – here are some to start 🙂
Over the Easter break I took the opportunity to get some more pool and flower photographs, this time with some small daisies and cat’s whiskers. The water creates soft textures and interesting swirling effects, and I find using delicate flowers gives the nicest results. I love these two images!