is a London-based illustrator and textile designer. Her collage-based illustrations typically buzz with energy and through her client work and personal projects she has carved out a distinctive style which feels fluid and natural despite the often rigid nature of her medium. After graduating in 2008 from studying Graphic Design at Brighton University she worked as a junior at a small creative company called IWANT Design. In 2010 she left to set up her own freelance company to work on developing her own visual language and image making skills. She has since gone on to build up an exciting portfolio whilst collaborating with an extensive range of clients including Sony, New York Times, V&A, Cravendale, Tony & Guy, Mc Donalds and more.
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