Just wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone who gave to our #tfbloggers campaign. Forty-one people signed up to give regularly, and it’s only after speaking to a few charity fundraisers that I’ve realised how incredible that number is.Read more
I decided to have a bit of a break from sharing things last month after the intensity of blogging on the move in Cambodia (110 posts in 2 weeks!).
It’s been great to spend some quality time with family over Easter, ride bicycles and get back into my job at Yoomee — we’ve hired some more people, knocked down a wall and started some exciting new projects. Here’s a little doodle of our current team.Read more
I’m posting a limited edition signed print (1 of 60) to anyone who gives £3/month to our Tearfund Cambodia challenge.
The inspirationI saw these two children cycling past our mini bus in one of the villages we visited. I loved their expressions and the way they worked together to keep the tiny colourful bike upright. It was a great picture of how Tearfund are supporting communities to face uncertain futures together. I had fun creating this illustration and have tried to capture some of the vibrancy and texture that I saw all around me.Read more
So I’m finally over the jet lag, the swelling on my leg has gone down and I’m (nearly) unpacked. It’s hard to sum up in a post all of my reflections on the amazing things I’ve experienced over the past 10 days.Read more
Here are a few sketches and iPad paintings from my Cambodian travels last March. I was keen to capture as much as I could and share short stories of the people we met out there.Read more
We’ve just come back from a two day trip to Tonle Batie, a village an hour or so out of Phnom Penh. No wifi, no 3G, and a great opportunity to spend quality time with some generous people who don’t always have it easy.Read more
Today was amazing. We went out of the city and visited two communities that Tearfund supports by providing Umoja training. In both places we met the facilitators who work with the local church to develop small projects that help the people around them. It was really inspiring and great to see first hand what people can do when they work together.Read more