A weekend trip to Scheveningen and The Hague in Holland. If you ever go with a small child bring a tiny bike/scooter for them because the esplanade along the beach is perfect for them to ride on, and not having ours with us was somewhat of a disaster.
Played real-life Cluedo whilst on a weekend away with friends in the Ardennes. We may have taken it a little bit too seriously..
I drew this for a friend of a friend who's leaving Brussels in a couple of months time.
I drew this a while ago, but given that Piste 01 is in action today and woke me at 4:30am it's still relevant. It's mind-boggling that despite several court orders against Brussels airport planes are still flying this low over a densely populated residential area all through the night in the capital of the European … Continue reading Piste 01
September 2017 was my dear friend Lizzie's hen do. I drew a cartoon to try and capture the highlights of the event, and gave it to her as her wedding gift.
Our first child was the result of an accidental pregnancy 6 months into knowing each other, so the deliberation phase went: ‘OHHHHHHHmygodthisisallgoingfasterthanithoughitwouldbutweloveeachothersoyesletsdothis’. She arrived 3 weeks early and it felt like she wanted to be born, that she had to be part of our lives. She’s a hilarious weirdo with a penchant for stripping and … Continue reading Should we have a second child?
Dear facebook, This is it. This is goodbye. The rot set in several years ago when I stopped being interested in stalking my ex-boyfriends and your primary function for existing was lost, then you started harassing me with slipper advertisements, and finally this article by John Lanchester in the LRB (https://www.lrb.co.uk/v39/n16/john-lanchester/you-are-the-product) has me terrified of … Continue reading My final facebook post
On paper I was practically a perfect neoliberal employee.Grew up around the world (I can live anywhere, I'm flexible and adaptable! I'm part of the international community!) speak fluent English and passable Mandarin, highly educated with a Masters degree from Imperial College London in a numerical subject (I can problem solve rationally! I have a … Continue reading One way to stop being a neoliberal employee
A Christmas present for my friends fiance, the cartoon version of him and their cats:
Kerry, one of the local community group leaders for the Brussels Childbirth Trust is sadly moving abroad. As part of her leaving present I drew her a cartoon of her and her family in the Grand Place: This is how most of our local coffee morning group meetings go. Rice crackers are indispensable.