Pirates, tribes people and thieving monkeys.

Posted by on Feb 1, 2016 in Blog, Illustration | No Comments

I have been extremely lame recently with updating the blog and website. And the one thing I always tell clients is to keep everything updated, as often as you can. No matter how busy you are. So I’m completely ignoring my own advice right there. I’m hoping that there will be new work showcased this year and new projects to blog about. First off, since late 2015 I have been working on a book as part of the HeadStart Primary series. The writers are on board and it’s really exciting stuff. Each year group will have a different theme, and all the tests for that age group are focused on […]

RSPB Guest Blog

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Blog, Illustration | No Comments
RSPB Guest Blog

I feel super privileged to have been asked by the RSPB to guest blog on their website. They took an interest in the recent British Feathers project I’d been working on and asked if I would write a short piece for their site. Really suited that they have featured it. I’m going to be going out to various nature reserves and galleries in the coming weeks to hopefully promote the project more, so watch this space! Here’s the link to the article, http://www.rspb.org.uk/community/ourwork/b/biodiversity/archive/2013/08/13/fundraising-for-wildlife-three-cheers-for-kathryn.aspx And here is the link to my online shop, prints are now on sale! http://britishfeathers.bigcartel.com  

Birdie Giclée

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in Design, Illustration, Uncategorized | No Comments
Birdie Giclée

After hunting high and low to try and find somebody to print my British Feathers series, I finally stumbled upon Zabbage. They are based in London and offer giclée printing using some really nice paper types. Having my birds printed on top quality stock is really important to me. I’m always telling clients that it makes a massive difference to pay that extra few pound to have it finished to a higher quality. People do notice. So there was no way I could have the illustrations printed on a bog standard printer or naff paper. I ordered two prints, one on Hahnemühle photo rag 308, and the other on Hahnemühle matt cotton. […]