Oil & Acrylic on Canvas. Shown as part of Mint with The Short List creative collective at No Vacancy Gallery, QV Melbourne
Ming Vase Elephant (1/2)
Entry for Melbourne Zoo’s Mali in the City art installation. The design was inspired by the sense of value and fragility of traditional Chinese ceramics....
Featured in Semi-Permanent 2013 Book 2 Watercolour, Ink & Digital
An illustration of historical fiction created in response to the colonial image, Governor Davey’s Proclamation to the Aborigines (c.1830) in which an unknown...
Ming Vase Elephant (2/2)
The design was painted onto a life-sized fibreglass elephant and exhibited in the city for six weeks as part of Melbourne Zoo’s 150th anniversary celebrations...
"I begin with an idea, and then it becomes something else" Pablo Picasso Gouache, watercolour and ink on paper Shown as part of TypeCast with The...
“I know who I am and who I must be, if I choose” Don Quixote Ink and watercolour on paper
Björk needs no introduction. Gouache on paper
Design for personal business cards
Who Looks Inside
“Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes” Carl Jung
Coffee: from bean to cup
A series of infographic posters detailing the lengthy journey required to take coffee from bean to cup. All illustrations are rendered in espresso.
I Never Read
'I never read, I just look at the pictures' Andy Warhol A self-promotional poster showing my messy, cluttered desk with examples of past and present work,...
The Conspiracy Deck
A set of playing cards based on the supposed satanic ritual abuse arising from the McMartin preschool trial in Southern California in the late 1980s.
A response to the modern fairytale The Waitress by Jack Zipes through typography. The opposition between the two main characters was explored through contrasting...
Concept for a set of lollipops inspired by the game of Russian Roulette. The packaging conveys deceptive beauty as the hidden lollipops inside could be either...
Concept for a French-inspired café and bakery aimed to fit neatly into the Melbourne café scene.
A compilation of essays in art theory and history utilising my own photography as the image media.
Oh, Look at You
A collection of zines with each issue centred around a fictional encounter between the artist/writer and strangers in Melbourne.
A series comparing adornment and decoration between high fashion and tribal culture. Pencil and gouache on paper
Flower & Honey
“Life is the flower for which love is the honey.” Victor Hugo Ink and watercolour on paper
Music for Getting Lost
Design for a CD package that includes the sleeve, booklet and CD. The presentation reflects the nature of the compilation; music for getting lost.
Concept storyboard for a fictional television station inspired by the visual representation of heartbearts on an electrocardiograph (EKG).
A set of postcards showing the use of a spoon to promote the upcoming launch of a similarly named culinary magazine.
A Sense of Place
Themes of alienation and identity in the modern world were explored by depicting flat landscapes seemingly devoid of human activity. A common horizon line running...
The Human Condition
Old age was looked at with the intent of examining that final life stage as a place of boredom and regret. When a person reaches that age, there would be the...
A World of Objects
A cathartic exercise in performance art, without any heavy thematic baggage or symbolism. Books were gathered together and gradually built into a fort as a...