Culture Night

I'm super excited to be drawing on the windows on the top floor of the County Hall in Cork for Culture Night which is happening Friday September 22nd 2017, as part of an evening of music, poetry, puppetry, art and crafts organised by Leah Hearne. I will be illustrating work by Cork writers which relates to the views out the window as well as bringing to life the stories of Culture-night goers. As a child, as we drove past, I would always stick my face to the window to see that crazy tall building. To me this area of Cork with the long straight road, the Lee fields, the strange dragon sculpture and that tall tall building, is full of magic and stories. Do you feel the same? Do you have storie

'A Change Can Happen' book project

This Summer I was involved in an exciting project called 'A Change Can Happen', a series of 10 books for children, all with an underlying message of tolerance and respect. Written and produced by Emily Stickland, each book featured a different issue which might affect children, including bullying, LGBT, anxiety and the environment. My book, which focuses on ambition, follows the story of a bonsai tree who is stuck in a garden and longs to be as tall as the other trees and see the vibrant city in which he lives (Cork of course). One day a a Japanese spitz dog called Maverick runs into the garden and befriends the bonsai tree and they have an adventure (that's all I can say!). The books are to

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