Wallpaper combining my love of texture and geometric shapes. Screenprinted by hand.
Experimental screenprints using transparent ink and gold foil. The designs are based on patterns and shapes found in Islamic art.
A collection of digital prints for fashion inspired by the mineral and rock exhibitions at the Natural History Museum.
This is another design that I screenprinted onto cotton lawn for my final project. It was created using 3 different techniques - using an open screen to monoprint sections, standard screenprinting technique and using a burnout method to produce the image on the screen.
I I had a lot of fun making these scarves, improvising as I printed, allowing the shapes and colours to emerge organically.
Dyed and screenprinted silk samples combining texture and geometric shapes. I love to print with colour discharge paste as it creates surprising and unexpected results.
This is one of my scarves that I screenprinted for my final project at university in 2012. It's a lovely soft wool gauze printed with procion dyes and illuminate discharge paste. The shapes and textures printed on the scarf were created using an experimental exposing technique on the screen. I had a lot of fun making these scarves, improvising as I printed, allowing the shapes and colours to emerge organically.
This design was based on trips to one of my favourite museums - the Horniman in south London. The shapes are based on shields found in the African exhibit.
3 colour screenprint using procion dyes on linen fabric. Hand-rolled lampshade
The linen is printed with a design made from thread and mustard seeds. They were placed directly onto the exposure unit, the screen placed on top and their shapes created a stencil for screenprinting.
These business cards were created on a 1-day letterpress course at Harrington & Squires in north London.
I created this book based on Sylvia Plath's novel The Bell Jar. It was cut by hand and then assembled into an accordian-style binding with hard covers bound in grey book cloth.
Some samples of experimental colourways of my wallpaper design. I was interested to see the effect of overlaying Cyan, Magenta and Yellow transparent inks to create multiple colours.