Tiffany is an artist, author and environmentalist from the South Downs in Hampshire. Her work is inspired by nature, ethical living and connection with the landscape, and she works from her home studio where she lives with her fiancé and a Spanish rescue dog called Pablo.
Her first book Food You Can Forage was published in March 2018 with Bloomsbury, a beginner’s guide to foraging wild food, enjoying the outdoors and living seasonally. She writes and illustrates for national publications including The Guardian, Project Calm and Countryfile magazine, as well as writing for BBC Radio 4’s Tweet of the Day and appearing on Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas on Channel 4.
Her second book Dark Skies will be published with Bloomsbury in September 2019, a narrative non-fiction piece inspired by a year exploring the landscape at night. During her research, she watched the Northern Lights in Arctic Norway, swam under the Midnight Sun in Finland, listened to nightjars churring in Sussex, sailed down the River Dart in her handmade coracle, fed foxes on a south London estate and watched a 30ft wickerman burn into the night.
She lives a vegan, minimalist lifestyle to rebalance her relationship with the planet and will shortly be launching her new podcast about connection, creativity and the landscape.