Alice is a London-based illustrator, artist, surface pattern designer and educator. Her work explores and visualises ideas and narratives through playful treatment of colour, texture and composition. Alice has been commissioned by a wide range of international clients including: Crabtree and Evelyn, Leo Burnett, Stella magazine, Kellogg’s, Sort of Books, Faber & Faber, University of Sussex, Volvo, Vodafone, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Vogue, Hugo Boss, Wigtown Book Festival, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and St Jude’s.
Alice's book Ways to Walk in London: Hidden Places and New Perspectives was published in Spring 2015 by September Publishing. Alice is a Londoner who neither drives, runs nor cycles. Instead Alice walks, navigating the city’s parks, pavements and paths daily, in all weathers. It is an inspiring collection of walks, notes and artworks, revealing London’s multiple layers and different moods.
Her new book, Ways to See Great Britain, was published by September Publishing in May 2017, focuses on the whole of the United Kingdom as her next project. She will explore, region by region, to find and walk the hidden gems of Britain (everything must be accessible by train and there's no hiking boots here; only battered Converse.) Insprired by her generation being priced out of city living and their shifting identities away from the 'nondescript' suburbs they're from, and what inspires Alice herself as a visual artist.
"An attractive gift book or inspiring manual of perambulation for anyone who spends too many hours indoors." - Londonist
"A guerilla guide to weird and wonderful UK adventures... charts unusual ways to travel the country, focusing on a particular element for each place: from transport to architecture." - Elle Deco