Eden Art

Illuminating the wonders of the natural world.

Bringing a range of experience, curiosity and an academic background in biology to a place where science and art meet.

Beetle and The Sun

This incredibly diverse group of insects have for eons been symbolic of rebirth, adaptability & transformation. Find out more about the mythology and biology of beetles.
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The Dance of Mercury

My current focus is around patterns in nature and how the universal geometry of the cosmos can shine a light on the mysteries of our interconnected world. Find out more about Mercury💫
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Eurasian Hoopoe

Find out more about the hypnotizing hoopoe, a type of hornbill, found in physical and cultural landscapes throughout the world.

A portion of proceeds go towards conservation efforts. Thank you for your interest!

Inspiring conservation through art & education

Please enjoy browsing my collection of images, produced over many years as an illustrator. The portfolio section shows my range of work, including information about species and projects, while the shop carries specific images for sale as reproductions.
I am currently available for contract work and commissions.

With every purchase is an opportunity to support several impactful environmental charities: Just One Tree, Seven Clean Seas and Rainforest Foundation UK.

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe" ~ John Muir

Explore my portfolio of projects

Projects from bugs to botanicals, clients from The Smithsonian to TEDx, collaborations from Woods Hole to Winchester Cathedral

Portfolio samples

EoL Booklet

Produced as part of the launch phase of the Enclyopedia of Life: "To provide global access to knowledge about life on earth”.

American Burying Beetle

One of the illustrations produced for the exemplar species page during EoL Launch. This visionary project came from a TED wish put forward by biologist E.O. Wilson.

Nannostomus mortenthaleri

Publication: Amazonas Magazine. Part of a large-scope project to illustrate a variety of freshwater, Amazonian fish species for the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History

The Biological Bulletin

Created for research and as a cover for the Biological Bulletin issue on Marine Invertebrate Models of Learning and Memory. Published by the Marine Biological Laboratory.

"To develop a complete mind: study the science of art, study the art of science. Realize that everything connects to everything else." ~ Leonardo Da Vinci