Hello and welcome... let me introduce myself...

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I grew up in South Africa, and studied Fine Art at the University of Cape Town.

I live in Oxford, UK.

I have four boys, including two-year old twins. They are a lesson in stamina!

My house is noisy and full of children; my studio is my sanctuary, a quiet haven.

Making art keeps me sane!

If you're interested in licensing my work, please get in touch, I'd love to hear from you. 

I welcome commissions and collaborations.

 

I have worked as a freelance graphic designer for many years, providing graphic design, project management and print buying services to a range of clients in the education, charity and small business sectors.

Clients have included the University of Oxford’s Department of Physics, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Classics, Centre for Criminology; Earthwatch Institute; Wats.On Consultancy for the European Society for Gene and Cell Therapy; The Curiosity Box; the Social Mobility Foundation; Tower Poetry Competition; WildKnowledge; Africa Now; The Rees Centre for Research into Fostering and Education etc.

What Clients Say

“Catherine is a rare find. She is a creative and talented designer who also has a great eye for detail. She has proven to be consistently reliable and a pleasure to work with..." – Renee Watson, Founder and Director Wats.on Consultancy

"Catherine is a great person to work with. She takes the time to listen to your requirements, she explains clearly what she is able to provide and within what timescales and she is happy to give advice and guidance should you require it." – Sally Winiarski, Publicity & Communications Officer, Rees Centre for Research in Fostering and Education, University of Oxford

“It has been so easy working with Catherine... her attention to detail is second to none and she is 100% reliable to meet the very tight and impossible deadline we keep setting her.  A real delight.” – Gaelle Jamar, Event Manager, European Society of Gene and Cell Therapy

 

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