I was chuffed to be contacted by Elizabeth Goldrick and asked to take part in the Ireland’s Eye exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art. The exhibition showcases the wealth of talent we have working in illustration here in Ireland and I am so proud to be a little part of it. The pieces… Continue reading Exhibition at the Eric Carle Museum
Delighted that Tangleweed and Brine won the CBI Book of the Year award! It’s been a crazy but truly lovely day. Here are some pictures of us looking smug and standing on tables…as you do.
Absolutely chuffed to bits to see Tangleweed and Brine included in the CBI Book of the Year Awards shortlist.
Some kind person at The Daily Edge decided to include me in the list of 25 Irish artists you should consider for the cover of your autobiography. Not a bad list to be on! 🙂
We only went and flippin’ won the award for Best YA Book of the Year at the Irish Book Awards! I’m beyond delighted with how much people love and have gotten behind this book. Thanks to all of you who voted, you are beauts! 🙂 There I am, flanked by art director extraordinaire Gráinne Clear and… Continue reading We won!
Oh, you know, it’s just the Guardian talking about how beautiful Tangleweed and Brine is! And look at the amazing company it’s in! *squees forever* Tangleweed and Brine has been nominated for the Most Beautiful Book award in this year’s Books Are My Bag Awards! You can vote for it here!
I’m beyond excited to announce that Tangleweed and Brine has been nominated for TWO Irish Book Awards. We’re up for Best Irish-Published Book of the Year and Best YA/Teen Book of the Year. You can throw a vote our way by going here.
I said a few words about illustrating the story Come Here and Be Loved from Tangleweed and Brine. Check it out.
I wrote a little something for Luna’s Little Blog talking about the creation of my Ash Pale/Snow White illustration for Deirdre Sullivan’s Tangleweed and Brine.
Over the past few months I’ve been busy designing covers for the publishing company Liberties Press. One of the titles I designed was Malcolm Orange Disappears. Jan Carson, the author, has recently interviewed me for her blog. Check it out!