Rebecca (aka Dainty Dora) is a writer and designer with a first class honours degree in Textiles & Fashion Design Management, specialising in print, from Heriot-Watt University (formerly the Scottish College of Textiles).
Influenced by her local surroundings and interpreting the culture of Glasgow, Paisley and beyond, Rebecca marries her bold and colourful hand-drawn pattern designs and illustrations – such as the Glasgow Coat of Arms – with black and white/high contrast photography to create her unique ‘Pattern Bomb Prints’.
Creating her motifs using pen, ink, pencil and watercolour, she works in both digital and analogue photography using reconditioned vintage cameras such as the Olympus OM-1, famous for use in street photography, as well as the medium format Hasselblad.
Her unique approach provides a modern take on familiar and much-loved scenes with imagery and art that really ‘pops’. Colours/scenes can easily be altered to suit different tastes and bespoke commissions are welcome.