Charlotte works primarily with lino and woodcut, and the printmaking process itself greatly influences her work, with each element bringing its own exciting opportunities. Initially, there is the almost sculptural process of carving the blocks. She uses a variety of small tools to cut away and reveal the image – often working freehand at this point to add texture and pattern using the natural chisel marks made by the tools. If using wood for her block, the grain will often become an integral part of the image and is a reminder of the passing of time and the cycles of the seasons. She will then ink the block using a roller, altering the thickness and transparency of the ink to create interesting and varied effects. Layers are added by printing on top of the initial print using additional blocks (multi block) or by cutting away the same block and then printing with a different colour (reduction method).