Last week was another digital nomad session with my buddy Michelle and we both decided that another Hong Kong location would be fun – so via Google Maps, we doodled a colourful Hong Kong fruit stall. As with my last post, it’s time to revisit some of these photos I’ve never posted and share my
A look back at when I visited my mum’s village, Po Sum Pai in the New Territories, Hong Kong.
I was recently commissioned to draw a portrait that was bound for Mexico! This very happy illustration of Santiago and Jose is full of colour symbols of Mexico.
Oh hello lockdown life, it’s been about five weeks since I packed up my desk at work and a month on from the the official start of lockdown. The first few weeks were a strange adjustment and I suddenly seemed to have way too many hours in my day to fill. Without the routine of
Staying home and keeping busy. Catch up with what I’ve been up to and read how I’m coping with being at home which include podcasts and illustrations.
Last weekend I celebrated my friend Rachel’s Hen Do in beautiful Snowdonia. I took Friday off work, hopped in a car with my best friend and we traveled up to North Wales to a little cottage we had rented for the weekend. I’ve known Rachel since I was eleven and we’re part of the same
I’m back with another little illustration post! Like most people, I spend way too much time staring at a computer/phone that any time spent away from screens is a very welcome break indeed. There are a couple of ways I try and give myself a break from digital which includes trying to get through my
Hong Kong wet markets always trigger a lot of nostalgia. They’re really vibrant places, full of character and interactions between the local community and market stall owners.