Lizzie is a multi award-winning illustrator, speaker and artist based in Hastings.

Graduating from Goldsmiths College in 2008, Lizzie’s work has been featured on BBC, Huffington Post, The Independent, Glamour and more.


Her psychogeographic maps and urban ink illustrations have been exhibited internationally in London, New York and Paris.

Studying at Goldsmiths on the design course from 2005-2008, she found a passion for the situationist movement and urban cartography. After watching strangers around London and tracking their movements in pen, Lizzie began tracking her own experiences of the capital. The result was her London Psychogeography body of work, the vast majority of which has been sold.

In 2010, Lizzie was named by Design Week magazine as one of the 'Hot 50 People Making a Difference in Design.' Other awards include Association of Illustrators Gold Design Award (2012) and the New Talent Silver Award (2008), New Designers One Year On Award (2009) and World Illustration Awards shortlist (2016)

As a professional illustrator, Lizzie's clients include Marvel and Disney, MTV, Lewis Hamilton, Oxfam, HTC, Harvey Nichols, DAKS, Zizzi, Universal, British Gas, Unilever, Ogilvey, The Guardian, Somerset House, Graham and Brown, Marks&Spencers and The London Transport Museum.

In 2015 Lizzie created the international best selling Magical colouring book trilogy with Penguin. The books are available in over 14 languages and are sold all over the world.


A writer of short stories and poetry, Lizzie is currently working on several longer projects. She is represented by Ed Wilson at Johnson & Alcock literary agency.




Association of Illustrators 

Gold Design Award 2012

Design Week

Hot 50 People Making a Difference in Design 2010

New Designers

One Year On Award 2009

Association of Illustrators

New Talent 2008



Reasons To Be Creative - British Library , London (2018)

Kyoorius Designyatra, Goa (2017)

World Illustration Awards talk (2016)

Nightlybuild, Cologne (2015)

OFFF Barcelona, Spain (2015)

Reasons To Be Creative, Brighton (2015)

London Design Festival at the V&A - panel for Design Week (2014)

Reasons to Be Creative, Brighton (2014)

Design Seminar with Lynda Relph-Knight - RCA, London (2013)

Glug, London (2012)

New Designers - Digital Arts panel (2011)