Questions or concerns?

Hopefully I have covered most of the questions and concerns you may have below, but if you cannot find the answer here, feel free to get in contact with me.

Commissioning an artist is expensive

Commissions and original artworks will always be slightly more expensive than prints, but for an amazing reason - they are completely unique to you!


I will never reproduce exactly the same commission twice and only reproduce prints when requested by the original client. 


My commissions start from £35 and can include more or less detail depending on the type of image you are looking for.


Once I have completed your estimate, we can always tweak things to try and allow the design to fit your budget.

With a free, no-obligation quote, what have you got to lose?


I'm not creative or artistic



That’s what I’m here for. 


Your job is to tell me all your meaningful words, your preferred theme or images, and the memories you would like included. 


My job is to put all your memories, words and ideas together into your completed artwork … think of me as your Calligraphy Fairy Godmother!


What if I don't like the end result?

Please don't worry.

I will check in with you every step of the way to ensure you will be happy with the final piece, double-checking everything from the initial design to the final piece  (especially the spellings of the words).


Don't commissions take ages to produce?

They do take longer than prints, due to the original and unique nature of the piece.


From design to completion they generally take me between two and four weeks to complete and send out.


If you require the commission to be completed in a shorter timeframe I can usually accommodate this, and a ‘rush fee’ would be charged. 


I'm worried my request is too bizarre

Excellent! The more bizarre, the better.


I am always excited by a challenge. I will also be completely honest with you and let you know if I think any elements/design ideas won’t work, or be too much.


As Coco Chanel said “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.”