Jewish Wedding Illustrations

My dear friend Sarah got married and my gift was some illustrations…here they are

The Chuppah is the Hebrew name for the canopy under which the bride and groom marry. At the end of the ceremony the groom stamps on a glass with his right foot.

Sarah is the queen of cake bakers so I predict she will often suggest this to her husband in their married life.

A delightful part of Jewish weddings is the dancing. As part of this, the bride and groom are hoisted up onto chairs whilst the friends and family dance around them.

And off they go to embrace their new life together. Mazel Tov!

allsorts drama for children new illustration

I’ve worked with allsorts drama for children to create a new illustrated leaflet to remind people of the fantastic drama workshops and classes they run. Below, the same illustration was used as a basis for this year’s allsorts banner. If you have children and live in London make sure they are signed up with allsorts drama 

Graphic novel gone to print

This is a unique and moving memoir of what can’t be compared to anything else: the loss of one’s child. Going beyond the usual cliches about grief, it is not only harrowing and disturbing but acutely funny: the reader will laugh and cry, as Streeten teaches us more about loss than any of the standard textbooks on this subject. A brilliant and original book that deserves a wide audience.
Darian Leader, psychoanalyst and author of The New Black.

Here’s one of my favourite spreads from the final version.
The UK publication date is 27 October, with Myriad Editions