Looking for something fun to do during quarantine? Since we're all staying indoors for a while, there's never been a better time to research your family history . Not too long ago, I released a sneaky peek of my family tree design which I can't wait to get printed and hung up on my wall, just as soon as this pandemic is over. In the meantime, I'm going to tell you how I started my tree — the free and easy way...
Over the weekend, I asked on Instagram which topic you would like to see me tackle in my next blog post and, overwhelmingly, you agreed with Olivia's suggestion: the pros and cons of freelancing and working for yourself. In this blog post, I can only speak from my own experiences and, naturally, everyone has a different point of view. Anyway, here is my take on working independently.
Don't miss my Q&A with Aimee at the bottom!
I was thrilled to have been invited to Employability Day this year. Flashback to November 2016, it's been three years since I attended Employability Day as a stressed-out student in my final year at University of Sunderland. So, I took it as a real compliment to be invited back to my old stomping ground. Only this time, the shoe was on the other foot...
Returning to my former studio to deliver a presentation to the Illustration and Design undergraduates was oh-so nostalgic. This was my third time doing so at University of Sunderland. I had been asked to showcase my sketchbooks to the freshers while I was still a student myself. Now, instead of just imagining what life for an illustrator could be like after higher education, I actually had some things to report.
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