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University Christmas bash

Channelling Dr Suess for this project. Decorations for Newcastle Uni going red and white.

Working on a new book

Sketches for a children's book I am illustrating for author Sandy Chadwin. Here is a red crocodile.

Art Trail

Shimmer Art Trail in Whitley Bay, where my lovely hosts were 129 Coffee House.Thank you Megan for being so accommodating and...


Such fun transforming this space at Newcastle University for a spooky student event.

Derwentcote Steel Furnace

As part of a sculpture trail at the Steel Furnace I made several willow sculptures and this is a mobile fizzog.

Star making

Twiggy stars activity for the finale of The Whitley Bay Film Festival.

Out of the Blue

A pop up installation at Whitley Bay Metro Station, working in collaboration with two other artists AKA 'The Three Stitches'.

Youth Theatre @ Customs House

Costumes for 'How to Explode' time travelling and Thomas Bewick references. Photos of the fitting and performance.

Northern Lights

I joined a group of artists illuminating areas of the The Station masters' Community Wildlife Garden for this annual winter event. A bit...

Wreath Making

Textile wreath making at the Customs House.

Woof goes to press

I am thrilled to have my two picture books published. The book launch at 'The Word' on Thursday was just lovely. Here are my books and a...

Armistice 100 bunting

Here are the results of 5 workshop sessions to create memorial bunting. My students created beautiful, moving and very personal tributes....

Our 'Processions' banner looking good.

On Sunday 10th June Myself and a group of women from South Shields shall be taking our hand stitched banner to Edinburgh. We are part of...


Here I am in the news. Workshops start Saturday 12th May, at South Shields Museum.

Completed Banner.

I have just submitted my latest commission celebrating the centenary of The Shipley Art Gallery. One side is an illustrated map of...

Glass bunnies

More of my glass bunnies are safely out of the kiln. Thanks Sue and Effie. Now for the next step......

Small Roman

Roman costumes made and packed off to Segedunum. Beautifully modelled here by Sola Griffiths.

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