Valparaiso-Chile

One of my favourite cities in South America-Valparaiso in Chile. The port city has an incredible street art scene with massive murals everywhere you look and colourful houses. This was one of my favourite views whilst walking among the many hills of the city. 

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Shop now open!

My etsy shop is now open and you can find a variety of prints, greeting cards and badges for sale! You can visit now by clicking 'Shop' at the top of the page. Below is a photo of some Berlin Tower goodies before they were shipped off. 

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3 years of travel and work


Today marks my 3 year travel-versary and I have created this small illustration which features some of my favourite spots I have visited over the past year. Over the past year I have been lucky to visit Ayers Rock (Uluru), watch the sunrise with hot air ballons rising over the temples in Myamar, stare into an active volcano in Indonesia, visit the biggest Buddhist complex in the world and climb to the summit of Cradle Mountain in wild Tasmania as well as much more.

When I left London on January 29th 2015, I never knew how long this journey would take me or how far it would take me but I definitely don’t regret a moment of it and have learnt so much about myself and the incredible world we live in. 🌏✌

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100%

Blog illustration for Foundation for Surgery-Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Australia. The 100% illustrates the three elements of the charity-Scholarships/Education (Graduation hat and scroll), improving global health (Australasia region) and ground breaking research. (Surgical dish)

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Map & Illustrations for Royal Australasian College of Surgeons

 A Map and illustrated icons for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Australia. The map was used to illustrate the positive impact the charitable arm of the college-Foundation for Surgery, has made in the region through scholarships for Indigenous students, consultations and procedures for deprived communities.

A Map and illustrated icons for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Australia. The map was used to illustrate the positive impact the charitable arm of the college-Foundation for Surgery, has made in the region through scholarships for Indigenous students, consultations and procedures for deprived communities.