What inspires you to keep drawing?
Not drawing for me after graduation was never really an option. Moving to London as a graduate with a full-time job has taught me to embrace my limitations. As long as I am creating something, no matter how small, all is good. I love the constant challenge of re-imaging imagery, figuring out how you can visualise a scene or object in a whole new way. It's exciting stuff.
Tell us about a professional brief you have recently been pleased with.
I recently did a half-page editorial piece for CIMA financial magazine. It played on my favourite subject – crowds. I have an obsession with tiny details. As I have quite an impatient personality, it’s good for me to slow down and focus on something small that commands my time. This commission was exciting as It was my first proper encounter with the professional illustration world. I got paid to draw and it was brilliant.