Illustrator and Animator


I am an autistic animator and illustrator from the Midlands in the UK. I study Illustration and Animation at Kingston University and graduate in 2024, but already have a lot of professional experience.

My work often covers themes of mental health, overlooked histories, archive, and more often than not, animals and their relationship with humanity. As an autistic artist, my work often also explores neurodivergence, and I have worked for Kingston University’s Autism Peer Network since 2022.

 I have previously been commissioned twice for animated adverts by the Ashmolean Museum, part of Oxford University, as well as Kingston Museum, winning their Brill Award for artwork of at-risk buildings.

Being an autistic artist

I allow my autistic special interests to guide my work, because my love for them motivates me to research my projects thoroughly and create outcomes I am proud of. However, my work is very varied and I do not like to limit myself; most recently, I have printed my illustrated comic 'Laika', created a series of mixed media paintings for Kingston Museum's latest exhibition, and animated autistic children's character creations in a collaboration with Surbiton Hill Primary School and Stanley Picker Gallery.

See more examples in the Animation and Illustration gallery pages!


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