I have always been very inspired by folklore and fascinated with mythical animals. I created this set of illustrations of creatures from four different cultures for our degree reunion show in London 2012 at the Coningsby Gallery in London.
The Ceryneian Hind from Greek myth is a doe with golden antlers that could run faster than an arrow in flight.
The Nekomata from Japanese legends are cats with forked tails that walk comfortably on two feet, and are said to have powers of necromancy.
Sköll is a wolf from Norse mythology who chases Sól (the sun) through the sky every day trying to eat her.
The Thunderbird from Native American folklore is a great bird with the ability to create thunderstorms.