"I think it is my curiosity that led me into storytelling, thinking about the world and always asking "What if". What if a creature lived in that strange looking house down the street? What would he look like? Why would he live there? And what if a child found him?
Questions like that have led to a pile of story ideas that are waiting to be told. Combined with the problem solving aspect and visual appeal of illustrations it's no wonder that I have a deep love for stories, both my own and others.
I discovered a love for reading and storytelling at an early age. Following a desire to understand how the world works I got my undergraduate degree in Physics before deciding to turn my full attention to making things up, which led me to getting my Masters at the Children’s Illustration program at the Cambridge School of Art.
I work primarily in traditional media and have a deep and abiding love for the unpredictable nature of watercolors. When crafting my stories I’m always on the lookout for ways to incorporate humor, characters, emotional impact and a touch of the absurd."