I've been lucky enough to work with several illustrators on my projects. Here is a bit more info about them.
Claire was the first illustrator I worked with. She drew the beautiful illustrations which accompany my book of Poems To Make Phonics f-u-n! Claire has hung up her paintbrush and is now designing gardens.
I met Chris when he was working on a project for the Reader Organisation based in Calderstones Park. He had been commissioned to draw a map of the park highlighting important features. I saw his drawing of the Allerton Oak and asked if he would do the drawings for my story The Dragon of Allerton Oak. Luckily for me, he said yes. Chris has hung up his paintbrush for now.
I met Holly at Write Blend bookshop and knew straight away that she could capture Lamby in all his fluffy gorgeousness. Holly has completed the illustrations for five of my books: Astronaut Lamby, Floga with Flossie, Pirate Lamby and His Woolly Crew, Lamby goes Camping and Lamby and Flossie's Tales from the Travel Pouch. You can find out more about her work on her website.
Trevor provided the illustrations for Glad To Be Dan. This was a collaborative work between myself and Mindfulness practitioner Jo Howarth who is passionate about good mental health for all. Trevor has also done several book cover designs for other authors.
Alan drew the fabulous illustrations for Super Bob and S.T.O.P - SuperBob Tells Off Parents. These books were written for the Slow Down For Bobby campaign. He also designed the cover for Fernando Can Tango, a bilingual book written with Adventures in Spanish. Alan is a diverse artist specialising in pet portraits. You can find out more about his work on his website.