About Me
In 1994 I graduated from Southampton University with a BA (Hons) in Fashion Design and Promotion. I went on to become a Web designer working for various clients such as Levis® Europe/USA, Pathé Film Distribution, EMI Records, and Nickelodeon. During this time I started a Menswear T-shirt label called Su-ma and sold in various boutiques in UK, Nyc and Tokyo.

In 2000 I became freelance and worked as an illustrator and print graphic designer. My projects have varied from TV, editorial, to various fashion labels and small boutiques. And in September 2003, I was invited to Tokyo to have an illustration exhibition at a boutique in Harajuku. They developed some exciting interpretations of my work onto clothing and accessories.

From 2006-2007, I studied a part-time Graphics MA at London College of Communication gaining a Distinction. As a result of this course, I have had a book published called Chicken: Low Art, High Calorie which celebrates the varied and visual qualities of fast food signage, and the people involved.

Since then I've been working as a freelance graphic designer, working for a range of companies from charities to smaller studios and publishing companies. My work has involved branding, illustration and publication design, to outdoor wayfinding, larger-scale graphics, and also online.