I love the physicality of printmaking, particularly making linocuts - I enjoy the puzzle of creating the design, cutting the lino with a gouge, and then hand printing it. Most of my prints are made entirely by hand, using a baren to rub the back of the paper to transfer the image. The texture and depth of the ink is subtly different in each print, making each one a unique. Sometimes I make variable editions, printing over monoprints with subtle or bold variations.
I have recently started making linocut monoprints on textiles - see the textile page.
I usually have some limited edition original prints for sale in my Etsy shop and on Artfinder.