Rosie creates her illustrations using pen and ink and watercolour but also works in other mediums such as acrylics for larger projects.
After studying music at Durham, she obtained her Masters in Children’s Book Illustration at The Ruskin School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge, where she was a finalist for the Macmillan Children’s Book Prize.
Rosie’s artwork has been featured in various domains such as children’s books, advertising, PR and marketing campaigns, editorial publications. She has collaborated with numerous diverse brands and clients. Additionally, her work has been animated for various idents on both screen and web.
Rosie’s publishing work is represented by Beehive Illustration, for further information and to commission please Click Here
Rosie’s illustrations have been featured in numerous children’s books, as well as in various advertising and marketing campaigns for charitable and educational institutions, and for multiple corporate brands.
Rosie is proud to have been a creative ambassador for the Department of International Trade’s Great Britain Campaign.
Rosie offers live drawing workshops and demonstrations, and has contributed numerous times to various events for financial institutions, advertising agencies, hospitality venues, and educational institutions.
Rosie has worked with the Campaign for Drawing’s Big Draw London Launch with its Big Frame and Battle of the Cartoonists, The Groucho Club Children’s Christmas Parties, weekend events for children at the Club at the Ivy and for Opera Holland Park’s annual open days.
Rosie is always looking for new and exciting partnerships and collaborations, please do get in touch if you have an idea you would like to share.
Rosie has also worked on several larger-scale artworks, both individually and as part of group exhibitions.
Rosie’s illustrations have been showcased in solo exhibitions at Borough Market and Black’s Club in Soho, as well as in several group exhibitions. She has also wrapped numerous sculptures in her distinctive style of illustration, including a life-sized baby elephant, a cow, an orangutan, and a ten-foot Les Paul guitar.