About me

Because of my love of animals and wildlife,  I find myself with a small studio on our farm in Kent, overlooking the water as the swallows dip and dive, ducks upturn  in search of food, fish making concentric rings, while I draw the latest commission.

My small dogs, Molly the Lucas Terrier & Minty the Coton de Tulear, sit on the sofa I never get to use myself!    I only draw in pastel/conte pencil, no other medium, as this comes most naturally to me.

I’ve had a wonderful selection of clients and have been lucky enough to be commissioned to draw dogs for the Queen and other members of the Royal Family.

I lived & worked in London for years, for a concert agency, the National Trust Head Office and then “Survival”, Anglia TV’s brilliant wildlife documentaries.   Next I became a wildlife & children’s & wedding photographer & the “baby photographer” at the Portland Hospital and St. Mary’s Lindo Wing.

I also give talks with a friend about the amazing pioneering charity, “Medical Detection Dogs” – see Daisy on My Work page, who I am proud to say I bred as well as drew – well worth looking at their website: medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk.

I have a husband and two adult children, plus dogs & chickens… the usual country stuff!

Please have a look at some of my previous work, and do get in touch if you’d like to find out more.