Romy emulates the look of a linocut but in her preferred medium of paint. She draws directly on to the surface of paint as well as drawing in ink and combining the two mediums. Romy has worked with Fortnum & Mason to create a range of china plates, as well as packaging for food items. Her artwork has been used as the identity and branding for an independent vodka maker in Upstate New York, and for a collection of high-end hotels in Europe, part of the Living Circle group. Her work has been shown at Cannes Advertising Festival and auctioned as a plate design for the charity Life Kitchen. Romy regularly works with a large range of editorial clients internationally including The New Yorker and The New York Times, and she’s designed numerous book covers and illustrated books for The Folio Society.