Stockists

I'm delighted to have a selection of my greeting cards available from the following independent shops. If you are a shop owner and would like to learn more about stocking my work, please get in touch.


St Mary Redcliffe Church http://www.stmaryredcliffe.co.uk/

A much-loved Bristol landmark, St Mary Redcliffe Church is a stunning Gothic masterpiece near the city centre. The church has a shop on site which now sells a selection of my greeting cards as well as other work by several local artists.

Lloyds of Kew Books https://lloydsofkewbooks.co.uk/

I remember visiting Lloyds of Kew as a child and it is always lovely to have my work in places that I have enjoyed visiting myself. This lovely second-hand bookshop selling all manner of vintage and rare books, has been in Kew for as long as I can remember. Right in the centre of the shop is a magical carved book-tree where you can sit for hours surrounded on all sides by books...

Mr B's Emporium of Reading Delights https://mrbsemporium.com/

I'm thrilled to have my cards stocked by the wonderful Mr B’s in Bath! Anyone familiar with Mr B’s will know that it’s a very special place indeed and one that any book-lover should make a point of visiting. Twice named the UK's best independent bookshop and named by the Guardian as one of the ten best bookshops in the world, Mr B's is all about giving customers the best possible experience from making special recommendations to offering 'Reading Spas' and so much more.

Apart from being one of my very favourite bookshops, they also mean a lot to me personally because for three years when I was working just round the corner from them in Bath, they became my lunchtime refuge at a time when I wasn’t enjoying my job. I’d often while away my lunch-hour looking at all the beautiful books (usually in the children’s section) and longing to be doing something more creative. A few years on, now that I am doing something creative and satisfying, I'm very happy to see my cards stocked on their shelves!

Oxford University Museum of Natural History http://www.oum.ox.ac.uk/

A real gem of a museum filled with beautiful Victorian display cabinets and drawers containing all manner of wondrous things! A great place for any natural history enthusiast.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park https://www.ysp.co.uk/

A brilliant institution in a beautiful park setting that provides a great platform for all kinds of artists through it's regular exhibitions and collaborations.

Niche Frames http://www.nicheframes.co.uk/

Based in the vibrant Stokes Croft area of Bristol, Niche Frames have long been championing local artists' work, as well as offering a great framing service for artwork.

Home Grown Shop at Windmill Hill City Farm https://www.windmillhillcityfarm.org.uk/whats-here/gift-shop/

Located in the heart of one of Bristol's most loved city farms, the shop sells a selection of hand made jewellery, ceramics, clothes and prints, as well as many other items all of which are made by local artists.

The Quay Gallery http://thequaygallery.co.uk/

The Quay Gallery is based in the quaint seaside town of Aberdour in Fife and sources original artwork and prints from all over the UK.