Online Class: In this 1 hour class I walk through how to incorporate a journal practice into your routine with three templates to help you get started. You’ll learn to get the most out of your materials, experiment to discover your personal style, and find inspiration everywhere you look. Click here to watch it free with a 2 month trial.
Workshops + Events
CW Pencil Enterprise: Draw Your Day 2 hour workshop with a focus on handwriting and typography to enhance your journal pages. Dip pen and ink provided by Caran d’Ache, Blackwing Pearl pencils, and various waterproof pens from Sakura of America provided for all guests.
January 10th, 7-9pm. Click here to book your seat.
The British Library, London: Helen Fielding and David Sedaris in Conversation with Nina Stibbe; A discussion of diaries and their creative potential. I will be one of three guest contributors too the conversation.
March 7th, 7-9:30pm. Click here to learn more.
Poketo, Los Angeles: A Draw Your Day 3 hour workshop with a focus on handwriting and typography to enhance your journal pages. Supplies provided by Caran d’Ache, Blackwing Pearl pencils, and various waterproof pens from Sakura of America provided for all guests. The Draw Your Day Sketchbook also included.
April 2019 (INFO COMING SOON)
If Only Private Workshop Experience: Click here to learn more
Private or semi-private lessons in my studio in DUMBO, Brooklyn
Each lesson is very personal and coordinated together. I am currently teaching drawing, illustration, handwriting and lettering, how to work with different art materials, and how to incorporate a regular art making and journal practice into your daily or weekly routine. 2 hour lessons are $225 for 1-on-1, and $280 for 2 people. I am able to answer all questions by email.
My hand painted leaves are now available for sale out of my studio in DUMBO, Brooklyn.
If you would like to purchase a set, or one, or many, please send me an email to arrange an appointment. The leaves range from $50 for a single small leaf to $300 for larger sets.
I realize that this eliminates many purchases from afar, but the pieces are delicate enough, and one-of-a-kind, so I feel this is the safest way to sell them. Each set or leaf will be enclosed carefully in a box, with tissue for safe travels. (Keep in mind that they are stronger then you might think. Magnolia leaves are thick and leathery, so it takes some force to crack them!)
They make perfect gifts for housewarmings, thank yous, or even just to bring to a dinner party. You can frame them in a shadow box, lay them on a mantle, or place them in a bowl (this is usually how I choose to display ours at home).