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September 16, 2019

Back in July, I wrote about my newest children's book project, Baby Tempi. I'm happy to say that Baby Tempi will be published on Saturday 28 September!

You can pre-order it from my Etsy shop, Owl & Penguin Prints, and have the option to receive a signed copy! You can also pre-order from Amazon UK, other Amazon sites, or ask your local bookshop to order it for you. All orders will be shipped on September 28th.

If you're in London and would like to buy the book in person, I'll be selling...

August 29, 2019

One of the best parts of selling my illustration work via my shop, Owl & Penguin Prints, is getting to meet people at craft fairs. I'm excited to say that I'll be at Clapham Old Town Fair this Saturday, 31 August 2019, 12-5pm. I'll be selling my handmade and digital art prints, greeting cards, postcards, buttons, and notebooks, and showing how to make origami penguins and owls!

In addition to lots of different stalls, there will also be food and drinks, a dog show, farmyard animals, live music, r...

July 20, 2019

Hello! Wow, June and July have been a whirlwind of activity. This weekend is the first one I’ve had free in six weeks! I’ve been travelling a lot and seeing family and friends from all over. I’ve visited Brighton, Geneva, Serbia, and Glasgow, and even explored London like a tourist.

Boat tour of the Thames

My Mom and her friend were visiting London at the end of June to see Wimbledon tennis tournament. They’re both big tennis fans and play regularly, so this was an opportunity not to be missed. 


July 3, 2019

Hello again!

I’ve been busy over the past couple of months with my newest children’s book project. As some of you may know, I have been working on a children’s book called Tempi for the past few years. I’ve gradually come to the realisation that a full 32-page children’s book is quite a big undertaking for someone who only gets to do illustration work in my spare time (usually between 5 and 7am during the summer months!), outside of my full-time librarian job. Me being me, I was comparing my prog...