David trained as a fine artist working with paint and canvas, then switched to pixels and screens at the turn of the century. He's a creative director and digital innovator by day, and a mess maker in the studio by night.
A jack of all trades and master of nine: producer, pixel pusher, printmaker, painter, pen hoarder, pub lover, pipe smoker, paddler and piscator. He's happiest with a pen in his hand and starting something new.
Pip has been drawing all her life. As a little girl she remembers studying the lines of her hands and the forms of the 101 Dalamatians. This led her through a fashion degree at Central Saint Martins in London. She allows her heart to instinctually guide her art — seeing how each piece evolves organically with as much influence from the natural world as possible.
For the past couple of years her time has been split between England and the rustic coast of Maine in New England with her husband. She now finds that the energy of these landscapes soaks into every piece she works on. Pip's illustrations have been commissioned by names such as Charlotte Tilbury, London Fashion Week and Cosabella to highlight but a few.
Amy is a mum with a passion to draw for children. Her career started as a graphic designer and she took the opportunity to move into illustration when she relocated to France for her husband’s job 6 years ago. She completed a children’s book illustration course remotely with the London College of Art where she explored different techniques and developed a style appealing to children.
Now residing in Bath, Amy uses a combination of pastel, pencil and brush pens to create textured, child like, yet modern illustrations to make kids smile.
Catherine has been drawing since she was a young girl. She grew up surrounded by countryside and her love for nature and the great outdoors is an important influence in her work.
After gaining her Degree and a Masters in Design, she worked for nearly 10 years as a greetings card designer and so has graced the shelves of many well respected high street retailers.
She is now a freelance Illustrator working from her studio in Melton Mowbray. She works with a variety of media, usually starting with a good old-fashioned pen and paper and working with a range of traditional painting techniques. The use of digital tools then allows her to refine and develop her artwork.
Sarah’s love of printmaking stems from both a creative impulse and a passion for production. Working as a freelance graphic designer, she lives on the coast in Suffolk with her husband and daughter and draws inspiration from the open landscape, big Suffolk skies and wildlife.
Kate Johnson is based mostly in Bristol, and has previously made homes in New York, and Glasgow. She loves reading, running, travel, and houseplants.