I run a lettercarving studio on the edge of Cumbria, in the Yorkshire Dales. Here I carve commissions for inscriptions including memorials, garden features and house signs, make pieces for exhibiting and lettering designs for interiors.
I also carry out public art projects often working on site. Besides lettering, I design and print wallpaper and fabric - my work is featured this month (May) in Beam newsletter, published by Heritage Revival director Claire Lewis: (see my Links page.)

My latest collaboration with poet Matt Black is now available to buy - see news page for details. Matt wrote a lovely poem about how we might cope coming out of lockdown. I wanted to show what I felt about it visually - and came up with this teatowel. We are raising funds from sales to support the charity Refuge.

I run short courses in lettercarving, and give talks about my work.
My course on 2nd-4th September at Greystoke Craft Garden will go ahead with Annie's inventive distancing measures in place - see courses page for details.

And Saturday 4th July, sees the delayed opening of the very first Halecat Sculpture Trail (see www.cumbriasculptors.com).
Also in Cumbria, the Witherslack Artists and Makers Show starts on 12th September and runs for three weeks till 4th October. In Suffolk, The Edge of Extinction lettering exhibition due to open on 3rd July at The Lettering Arts Trust (see www.letteringartstrust.org.uk

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