Wedding Stationer - Modern Calligrapher - Illustrator

Modern Calligraphy can be a particularly useful skill for the determined Bride (or Groom!) who wants to do some or all of the event lettering themselves...or if you just have an exciting party coming up and you want all the finishing touches to look extra fancy...or you are just a total show off and want to label all your notebooks and presents with exceptionally nice writing (my favourite reason, no judgements here). 

If you would like me to host a private or corporate workshop please email me, I can come to your space or arrange a suitably stylish venue that suits you.

NEXT LONDON CLASSES for beginners:

Friday 25th August - Barbican Gallery (Member's Only) - SOLD OUT


Monday 4th September - Hand of Glory, Hackney Downs

6th & 7th September - Print Club London, Dalston *Brush Lettering & Screenprinting!* - SOLD OUT

Tuesday 12th September - Pearl & Groove, Notting Hill

Saturday 16th September, Morning Class - Carousel, Marylebone

Saturday 16th September, Afternoon Class - Carousel, Marylebone

Tuesday 19th September - Hatch, Homerton

Thursday 28th September - Red Yellow Blue, Stratford


Tuesday 17th October - Hatch, Homerton

Saturday 21st October - Carousel, Marylebone


Tuesday 7th November - Pearl & Groove, Notting Hill

Tuesday 14th November - Hatch Homerton

Saturday 2nd December - Carousel, Marylebone

Tuesday 12th December - Hatch, Homerton


CAN'T MAKE THESE DATES? Have a private lesson! It would take place in Hackney, London and cost £120 (or £75/head for two or more people) for 2 hours and includes your starter materials to take home with you. The lesson can be completely tailored to your personal needs and desired future projects.



When I started looking into learning Modern Calligraphy in 2014, no such classes existed in London. I had to teach myself with the help of lots of reading on Besotted and Iampeth (look them up, they are so wise). I ended up spending a lot of money on the wrong equipment. It still pains me to remember it. And because I couldn't work out if my tools were wrong or whether it was my technique, it took me a very long time to reach a stage where I could bear to show the general public. 

So I created the Calligraphy Starter Kit to solve the issue of wasting money on unnecessary beginners supplies... and then I started running workshops so I could correct technique which can make learning a lot quicker.

All problems solved. (Well, just as long as you do your practice...)