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The Uninhabitable Earth Book Cover

I created this piece for the Penguin Student Design Awards. Responding to the adult non-fiction brief to re-design the book cover for The Uninhabitable Earth: A Story of the Future by David Wallace-Wells. I decided to focus on the statue of liberty as she is a symbol of hope and seeing her drowning/fading is a very powerful way to represent how we are running out of time.

The Uninhabitable Earth Book Cover Mock up

The Midnight Show

I created these illustrations as part of a children's about a young girl overcoming selective mutism. The book tells the story of a young girl who loves to sing, dance and act overcoming her fears with the help of some animal friends who put on a talent show.

The Midnight Show - The animals perform

Lottie Horner

Illustrator and animator who loves seeing stories come to life.

I am an illustrator and animator with a love and interest for all areas of design but a particular interest in storytelling and designing for children. I love working with shapes and texture. My career goal would be to publish a children's book.

Final year project

There's a Noise in the Shed

Work Experience

I worked as part of the Communications Team at Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust to create an infographic library using Adobe Illustrator. The images are to be used by the Communications Team to present useful facts and figures in a visual format. They will be used in Trust internal and external communication documents, social media, and marketing and patient engagement strategies.