Recommended by Dorothee and Mark Cresswell (Thomas's Battersea)
Jessica Cooper Draws

Artist and Illustrator


I have always had a passion for art and illustration and have worked on many creative commissions. I tend to be drawn to the human form although more recently, I've also enjoyed drawing animals and landscapes.

Most of my work is drawn digitally on my iPad, although I can often be found experimenting with paints and pencils.

I'm also fortunate enough to work as a nanny and I look after two cheeky monkeys. They are incredibly special to me and were instrumental in the making of my website (no joke)!

Thank you so much for taking a look at my work, I really appreciate it. I get so much pleasure from drawing and I really hope it gives some joy to you as well.

To enquire about commissions, please email or DM me on Instagram.


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“Jess has captured a quintessential “look” of each of our children in her beautiful, simple drawings. We are so pleased to have commissioned her. She is highly professional and we would thoroughly recommend entrusting her with similar commissions and projects.”

“Jess’s drawings of our children are simply stunning - we are delighted! That said, I have been amazed by her ability to turn her talent to any subject in landscape, portrait or still life. Very, very impressive!”


Dorothee and Mark, London



“I have been following Jessica’s artwork via social media and have been amazed at how incredible it is. I messaged her to find out if she would be happy to draw my sister’s horse - when Jessica sent through the finished picture, I was so happy and impressed with the outcome. She managed to capture him completely, even the twinkle in his eye! I could not have asked for a better drawing of him! Thank you!”


Philippa Abbott



"The level of detail in the portrait of our horse was quite incredible and his character shone through. The depth of the work around the eye and the facial features captured his spirit. Thank you."


Carole Dixon