In short, I’m an artist who writes. I work in communication producing content that captivates online and in print.
I’m also a photographer who stages large-scale exhibitions, draws, makes collages and creates installations. I have a PhD, am curious and have worked on some fantastic projects. Scroll on to discover some of them.
This Is Ikon, a Sydney design studio punching above its weight
Working with this formidable design studio for more than 20 years has been a pleasure. Two of my favourite projects are editing their blog Play for almost ten years, and coordinating image rights for Bonnae Gokson’s sumptuous book about weddings.
Captivating cultural content for an iconic Amsterdam brand
If you want to know what’s happening in this vibrant city, then Iamsterdam.com is the place to visit. I edited and managed the What’s On section, which included writing about art and exhibition, music, LGBTQ and much more.
The beginning of something; possibly the end
Oblivia is a new personal work in progress. It’s a website that will combine writing and image to attempt to understand contemporary life.
Part documentation, part autobiography, I plan to write about what I don’t understand and illustrate it using images from my photographic archive.
I expect Oblivia to be confounding, eclectic, probably idiosyncratic. More information to follow.
Site-specific, Wunderwalls are one-off, large-scale photographic installations comprising hundreds, if not thousands, of images.
Fast blind sketches coupled with tall tales
This ongoing series of drawings is simple. In under a minute I sketch someone who has taken my interest on a train or in a café, make some notes about the situation and continue on my way. Back in the studio, I craft a short story to create these A6 cards.
To date I have some 1,300 drawings, and recently produced four letterpress cards available to purchase.