A sketchbook state of mind

In conversation with The Trampery…

I’m never without a sketchbook. Drawing, for me, is a way of looking at things, noticing things – and in those moments of watching, there has been respite from the relentless news and the restrictions of the pandemic.

I’ve been chatting about that with Patrick Scally from The Trampery, a London-based social enterprise that delivers workspaces and accelerator programmes for entrepreneurs, for its programme of Trampery Connect video podcasts. We cover why I draw, what makes me want to draw something, the democracy of biro, taking liberties with colour – and most importantly, why it doesn’t have to be perfect. Which makes having a sketchbook state of mind something that’s available to everyone.

The video is available here – and if you’d like a talk or podcast chat for your team, do get in touch.