Hello, I’m Amanda, an artist, designer and illustrator from a little village called Helpston near Peterborough. I mostly create meticulous pen and ink drawings and am currently investigating ink and brush, creating naive, child-like patterns. I’m also working on a series of digital illustrations called ‘What Red said’ based on weird and wonderful quotes from my five year old. You can see more of my work here.
All my prints and cards are printed locally and sustainably. I am passionate about social change and co-founded Peterborough’s only workers’ co-op Paper Rhino so that I could use my skills to promote ethical ways of working. Through my own practice I strive to gain creative opportunities for women and other marginalised genders, making their work more visible