about the process
Rooted in the Wiltshire countryside’s gardens and hedgerows, each design germinates in my sketchbook, drawn - repeatedly and slightly obsessively - with my favourite black pen. Paired with thoughtfully chosen typography, the digitised drawings are then painstakingly crafted into fully formed artwork ready for print.
Printing is the magical part: where ink meets paper beautiful ideas are transformed into exquisite, tangible pieces ready be treasured. I use a water-based silkscreen process on decadently tactile papers, printing and finishing every item by hand. The quality of colour the silkscreen process achieves is just glorious: each colour is individually hand-mixed, the screen lifting each time to reveal a a crisp layer of colour with a rich, velvety finish.
Particular about paper, with a fascination for typography and sporting prussian blue cuticles more often than I’d like, I absolutely adore working with couples who share my appreciation of the tangible and the beautifully crafted. Helping you celebrate and treasure one of life's most precious landmarks is a complete joy and privilege for me.
I love to travel, though when not flecked with printing ink or poring over paper, you’re most likely to discover me pootling about in my Wiltshire garden with a cup of tea, ably supervised by Morgan, our enthusiastically affectionate (and spectacularly camera-shy) black cat.