Life on Our Planet by David AttenboroughMy Witness Statement and a Vision for the Future
Life on Our Planet required eight detailed pen and ink illustrations, reflecting animals and plants that Sir David Attenborough discusses in this important and timely text. There was also a map to complete.
Many of the illustrations were straight forward, however reconstructing the extinct Tarpan horse, and fitting the enormous bulk of a Blue whale and the height of Giant kelp onto one sheet posed their own peculiar challenges.
This is the most prestigious of all the titles I have worked on, and I am extremely proud to be associated with this publication.
Guide to the Wood ants of the UK and related speciesby Hayley Wisely and Caringorms National Park
Series of illustrations of UK wood ants and life cycles, nests, and identification details
Popular Medicinal Plants of MontserratBooklet produced by Montserrat National Trust
Series of 15 illustations of endemic medicianl plants in watercolour and as pen and ink line drawings.
Grey Hen Poetry Anthology IllustrationsGrey Hen press illustrations for "Renewable Energy" anthology
Grey Hen press commissioned a selection of monochrome illustrations for their “Renewable Energy” poetry anthology anthology
American Herbal Pharmacopoeia: Botanical HerbalIllustrations for the AHP forthcoming pharamacopoeia
American Herbal Pharmacopoeia: Botanical Herbal botanical illustrations of the Yerba Santa plant species for inclusion in this herbal
Brecknockshire flora by John CrellinOverview of the flora of Brecknockshire
Series of 15 illustration of different classes of the plants on Brecknockshire for an exhaustive guide to the distribution and occurrance of plants across the county. By John Crellin, county recorder.
Hidden Universe by Alexandre AntonelliAdventures in Biodiversity
The Hidden Universe by Alexandre Antenelli is a “brief lucid book by the Director of Science at Royal Botanical Gardens takes you on an unforgettable tour of the natural world, showing how biodiversity – the rich variety of life in the world and in our own backyards – provides both the source and the salvation of our existence.”
Pen and ink illustrations of habitats, landscapes and individual species by Lizzie.
The Treeline by Ben RawlenceThe Last Forest and the Future of Life on Earth
The Treeline by Ben Rawlence. “The Treeline is a spellbinding blend of nature, travel and science writing, deeply researched and beautifully written, underpinned by an urgent environmental message.”
Pen and ink botanical illustrations of trees and their leaves, fruit, and cones by Lizzie.
The Tree Forager by Adele Nozedar40 Extraordinary Trees & What to Do with Them
“Aimed at tree lovers of all ages, this beautifully illustrated handbook is the first guide to foraging specifically from trees, looking at all the incredible things we can get and make from them, from food and remedies to toys, whistles and ink.”
Watercolour and pen and ink botanical illustrations by Lizzie Harper
Nature’s Hidden Charms by Liz Dean50 Signs, Symbols and Practices from the Natural World to Bring Inner Peace, Protection and Good Fortune
Nature’s Hidden Charms by Liz Dean is a book “featuring folklore, symbology and practical rituals alongside ancient crafts and modern techniques this beautifully illustrated book contains over 50 creative ways to use the gifts of the natural world to make charms, talismans, amulets, altars and much more. These natural offerings provide us with protection, good fortune and healing.” (Waterstone’s)
Watercolour and pen and ink illustrations throughout the book by Lizzie
Gathering Moss by Robin Wall KimmererA Natural and Cultural History of Mosses
Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer explains the cultural history and biology of moss, with a steady eye on humanity and our interraction with nature over time.
My illustration of the Wooly fringe moss Racomitrium lanuginosum was used on the cover of this book.
30 Animals that made us Smarter by Patrick AyreeStories of the natural world that inspired human ingenuity
This book is based on the successful BBC World Service podcast, this book explains how animals have inspired human ingenuity and invention. Find out how mosquito mouthparts make less painful hypodermic syringes, how fuel injection systems are more efficient thanks to the example of the Bombadier beetle, how mussels have helped foetal surgery, kingfisher beaks made bullet trains more efficient, and the properties of shark skin that have led to more hygienic hospital surfaces.
The illustrations were of the animals, and of the inventions they inspired, and as such were technically challenging. It’s a fascinating book, with hundreds of “Oh WoW!” moments, and I’m very pleased to be associated with the project
The Living Wisdom of Trees by Fred HagenederA Guide to the Natural History, Symbolism, and healing powers of Trees. Watkins 2020
The Living Wisdom of Trees required More than 120 detailed pen and ink illustrations of trees and details of each species, from the Acaccia to the Willow (and everything in between). Published February 2020.
Foraging with Kids by Adele Nozedar52 Wild and Free Edibles to Enjoy with your Children. Published by Nourish Books
Cover art and 58 pen and ink illustrations of plants and fungi to forage for with your kids
Collins Flower Guide by David StreeterIllustrated by Christina Hart-Davies, Audrey Hardcastle, Felicity Cole & Lizzie Harper. Published by Collins 2009
Set of 62 plates for Collins Flower Guide . My plates included Lamiaceae, Grasses, Pond-weeds, Campanulaceae, Boraginaceae, some Asteraceae, and a wide diversity of other native European wild flower species. Each plate consisted of up to 12 different plants, illustrated to scale and with botanical details provided as full colour vginettes, or (in the case of grasses) as pen and ink illustrations.
The Hedgerow Handbook by Adele NozedarReceipes, Remedies and Rituals Published by Penguin / Square Peg 2012
Sketchbook illustrations for The Hedgerow Handbook. Series of mixed media studies of wild flowers and plants, taken from my sketchbooks. All the plants featured in this classic book are edible, and easy to find in the countryside of Britian and Northern Europe. Pencil, watercolour, and pen drawings.
RSPB Spotlight Series by Bloomsbury Natural HistoryThe Spotlight series introduces readers to the lives of our favourite animals with eye-catching colour photos and informative expert text.
Diagrams for many of the Bloomsbury RSPB Spotlight series. Titles illustrated include: Spotlight on Ladybirds, Spotlight on Swifts, Spotlight on Woodpeckers, Spotlight on Sparrows, Spotlight on Gulls, Spotlight on Bumble bees. Diagrams are pen and ink with colour top wash.
The Garden Forager by Adele NozedarEdible Delights in Your Own Back Yard Published by Penguin / Square Peg 2015
Sketchbook illustrations for The Garden Forager, companion volume to the highly successful “Hedgerow Handbook”. Series of mixed media studies of cultivated garden plants, taken from my sketchbooks. All the plants featured in this classic book are edible, and easy to find in gardens and garden centres in Europe, North America, and beyond. Pencil, watercolour, and pen drawings.
The Bumper Book of Nature by Stephen MossPublished by Penguin / Square Peg 2009
Natural history illustrations to accompany this book on getting out of doors and experiencing nature year round. My illustrations included mammals, wild flowers, Dragonflies and damselflies, and Reptiles.
Japanese Knotweed by Nicolas SealUnearthing the Truth Published by Carrowmore 2018
Illustrations and diagrams for Japanese Knotweed: Unearthing the Truth. These include illustrations of the knotweed plant and its details, along side diagrams explaining processes such as photosynthesis and transpiration.
Das Freudenberger Grunlandbuch by Manfred FreudenbergerEin Praxisleitfaden fur die Grunlandbewirtschaftung
Botanical illustrations of grasses and crops for Das Freudenberger Grunlandbuch. This book is in German, and acts as an advisory to arable farmers.
The Complete Naturalist by Nick BakerPublished by Bloomsbury 2015
Step by step illustrations and diagrams for The Complete Naturalist. These include instructions on examining and seeking out wildlife, and how to encourage wild animals and plants.
Rodales Vegetable Garden Problem Solver by Fern Marshall BradleyThe best and latest advice for beating pests, Diseases, and weeds and staying a step ahead of trouble in the garden Published by Rodale 2007
Pencil illustrations for Rodales Vegetable Garden Problem Solver. Numerous graphite illustrations of pests, plant damage, growing techniques, and healthy vegetable crops for this horticulture bible.
The Watercolor Artists Flower Handbook by Patricia SeligmanLeading floral artists show how to capture the beauty of flowers Published by Quarto 2005
Sketchbook studies used in The Watercolor Artists Flower Handbook. These included pages from my sketchbook, as well as studies done on site for the book.
Life on Our Planet by David Attenborough
Guide to the Wood ants of the UK and related species
Popular Medicinal Plants of Montserrat
Grey Hen Poetry Anthology Illustrations
American Herbal Pharmacopoeia: Botanical Herbal
Brecknockshire flora by John Crellin
Hidden Universe by Alexandre Antonelli
The Treeline by Ben Rawlence
The Tree Forager by Adele Nozedar
Nature’s Hidden Charms by Liz Dean
Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer
30 Animals that made us Smarter by Patrick Ayree
The Living Wisdom of Trees by Fred Hageneder
Foraging with Kids by Adele Nozedar
Collins Flower Guide by David Streeter
The Hedgerow Handbook by Adele Nozedar
RSPB Spotlight Series by Bloomsbury Natural History
The Garden Forager by Adele Nozedar
The Bumper Book of Nature by Stephen Moss
Japanese Knotweed by Nicolas Seal
Das Freudenberger Grunlandbuch by Manfred Freudenberger
The Complete Naturalist by Nick Baker
Rodales Vegetable Garden Problem Solver by Fern Marshall Bradley
The Watercolor Artists Flower Handbook by Patricia Seligman