Introducing a unique piece of artwork for you or your loved ones to keep forever. A custom portrait of your family members, a friend, celebrity, pet or subject matter of your choice.

I take great pride in my artwork and put in a great amount of effort into every piece I produce.
I aim to ensure that the client is extremely satisfied with with the end result.


The advantage of choosing a digital painting is that the file can be printed multiple times so that you can have a copy for yourself and others.Please allow up to one week at the maximum for me to complete your order. The total price will include 1xA3 print of your portrait.


I usually draw on a size A3 (29.7x42 cm/11.69x16.53 inc), however if you wish to upsize or downsize or prefer another custom size, then you can request this. Please allow up to one week at the maximum for me to complete your order.



The first step is to contact me by using the Contact form so that we can discuss your project, ideas and requirements.


If you would like me to draw or paint a digital portrait then please email me a high resolution photograph and I will let you know whether the quality is good enough for me to work from. Photograph references are very important and its essential that they are sharp and in focus. The better the quality of the photograph the better the end result will be.


Above are some visual examples with estimated quotes. The price depends on the subject matter, medium and the amount of time that it will take to complete. For more information on prices visit my Etsy store.


The payment is to be divided in two halves and paid over the course of the project. The first half will be paid before the sketching begins and the final half of the payment should be paid before the final is handed over.


Once the artwork is completed I will email you the final file for approval before shipping the hard copy. If you live within the Wairarapa then I can potentially drop off the artwork in person otherwise to view shipping prices visit my Etsy store for more information. The artwork is wedged in between two pieces of hard cardboard, top and bottom to prevent creases and then it is sealed in a protective plastic sleeve.