Navan Road, Ashtown, Dublin 15.
A fun diagrammatic illustration of the River Liffey’s course; starting with Dublin’s torrential rain running off the shielding umbrellas of the cities inhabitants and later spilling into the waterways that lead back to the River.
After graduating from UCD with an MA in Architecture, I have been working as an architectural graduate in the Office of Public Works. During my Masters, I studied for six months in Nantes, France exploring methods of architectural draughtsmanship. Over the years I have completed various courses in NCAD and Block T with the aim of expanding my knowledge and interest in fine art and graphic design. At the moment I am enjoying the simplicities of black and white lined illustrations.