Sketching at Soho House Festival on Hampstead Heath with Private Drama Events

I had a very exciting day last week at Soho House's Festival at Kenwood House. It was a hot day and my first time working at a festival outdoors. Luckily I had a shady spot on the edge of Private Drama's marquee where I was able to cast an odd glance at the amazing acts of circus-style performers. Their theme was very much 'The Greatest Showman' Vaudeville style with traditional acts being off-centred and updated, I felt honoured to be a part of their very grand marquee.

Queen Rules- 2 day 'live' event in the fabulous ad agency FCB Inferno for the launch of 'Queen Rules'.

A great idea to change the King over to the Queen as the highest ranking card- after all we have had one as our longest reigning monarch ever! Now why don't we have a United Queendom??? (thank you Toni Brennan for this insightful suggestion!) I was asked to draw a list of celebrities to engage with people on social networks and television. Working from photos so not exactly a 'live event' but working in situ in their amazing offices in Covent Garden opposite the Old Bailey was great fun.

At the beginning of May, Armani took Jacqueline to Birmingham for another innovative, interactive event

Another City, another Emporio Armani event for Jacqueline. Linking up her iPad Pro to a 2 metre high screen, this customer evening event was a huge hit with customers and local bloggers. Jacqueline felt really at home as this is the city near where she grew up and went to Bournville College of Art, embarking on her fashion career. Little did she know 30+ years ago that she would end up working for such luxury brands as Giorgio Armani. The fabulous designer shopping centre  The Mailbox is a great place for shopping and eating, hosting this wonderful champagne and canapéd event.

Vogue Japan commissions Jacqueline to illustrate their fortune teller's guide to careers in 2018 for social network platforms

Another creative commission from last month came from Yu Soga at Vogue Japan. I was asked to create loose watercolours inspired by keywords such as 'Concentration','Share', 'BrushUp'& 'Master'. The promotion was for Pola, a luxury anti-aging skincare range, featured a month over the Xmas/ New Year period on Twitter and other networks.