Zoe lives and works in the beautiful city of Bath and feels very lucky to be able to make pictures all day. She loves storytelling in all forms and is at her happiest outside. When she’s not drawing she can probably be found reading a book, climbing a hill or teaching a yoga class.

After honing her illustration skills over many years as an in-house artist in the greetings card industry, Zoe went freelance in 2020, diversifying into the world of book illustration. She loves creating imaginary worlds and populating them with unique characters. She believes children’s books should primarily be fun, but is also passionate about the role of stories in children’s education and their emotional development. She aims to create diverse, inclusive and beautiful books that can help young ones flourish into secure, happy and informed adults.

Zoe is an enthusiastic and reliable collaborator, so please do get in touch if you have a project you’d like to discuss, she’d love to hear from you.

CLIENTS INCLUDE:

The Great British Card Company / Woodmansterne Publications / Ling Design / Noel Tatt / Abacus Cards / The Natural Blanket Company / Owlet Press / Hush / Quarto / The Good and The Beautiful

TESTIMONIALS:

I have worked with Zoe on several different projects and it has been an absolute pleasure. Her artistic talent has perfectly captured our ideas and her attention to detail truly brings her artwork to life. Zoe is also very organized and is able to manage her time well in order to meet deadlines with time to spare. I wholeheartedly recommend Zoe for anyone seeking not just an illustrator, but a true creative partner.” – Carolyn Melis, ‘The Good and The Beautiful’

Working with Zoe was an absolute breeze. Her professionalism and ability to hit a brief to our exact requirements made the whole process run quickly and efficiently. Her work is of the highest quality and communications were always timely and professional. We would highly recommend her for similar projects and would definitely work with Zoe again.” – Sam Langley-Swain, ‘Owlet Press’