A lovely young groom commissioned the lower picture from me to accompany the one above (a print I sell regularly) as a present for his wife to celebrate their first year of marriage. The pictures show the two venues they had for their wedding - civil and celebratory.
These pictures were both commissioned/asked for to thank people for years of service to Highbury and the local community - the first for The Revd Jon Brewster and family who are leaving Christ Church to move down the road to St Paul's Cathedral, and the second to thank Jo Sargent and family for years of wonderful dedication to St John's primary school.
Very honoured to be selected to be in this exhibition at the Cartoon Museum, near the British Museum - see postcard for details. The exhibition is showing the history of British Women in comics from the 1790s to the present day...
Have pencilled 37 pages so far and have been working on the book since last October. Writing a graphic novel is a slow process as you have to write it first (like a novel), then split it in to pages and frames within the page (like a screenplay). Then you actually have to DRAW the thing!
My entry this year to the Observer/Cape/Comica graphic short story competition, 2016. I lived in Nottingham for 9 years and now live in Islington and did this story as thought we all need to listen to each other. Tricky subject though and realise I may tread on toes with it.