I have long been passionate about nature and wildlife, and one of my strongest beliefs is that every living thing and its habitat should be respected. Everything in nature, from the biggest whale to the tiniest insect should be able to live undisturbed by human activity. Their natural way of being should be protected.
My love of whales and dolphins started at an early age – when I was ten, I drew every species of whale and dolphin for a school project! I was also ten when I adopted my first dolphin, and it’s safe to say that I’m still obsessed with them, as I’ve adopted one every year since!
I created my current series of whales and dolphin drawings to raise awareness and funds for a charity that means a lot to me. I am extremely proud to say that my official partnership with The Whale and Dolphin Conservation means that I am able to donate 40% of profits from my Whales and Dolphins range, to help fund their important work in vital global conservation and research, keeping these magical creatures safe.
Browse my Whales and Dolphins collection here.
Plot twist: my map of Wales
By now, you’re all familiar with my architectural and landscape drawings, as well as my wildlife prints and memory boxes. However, did you know that I’ve added a map to my collection?
In time for St David’s Day on 1st March, I created a detailed pen and ink drawing of the map of Wales. The topographical contour map shows mountains forged in the last ice age, and the valleys that form the rich tapestry of Welsh heritage.
Available in two sizes, prints can be bought directly from my website. The original framed piece is currently on display and for sale in my solo exhibition “Grounded” at Oriel Plas Glyn y Weddw.
Find out more about the exhibition, here.
I’m an artist who creates beautiful memory boxes and intricate ink drawings to help you connect with the people and places you love.