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About me

A freelance artist from Western Australia I now live and work in Sydney. I draw on congruous patterns in anatomy, botany and tales from myth and legend. Intricate and sometimes strange, my art is partly realist and partly created by the imagination.

Creating murals to raise awareness of social and environmental issues I have worked with communities across the world to tell impactful stories through art. My recent clients include Mission Australia, City of Parramatta, Girvan Waugh and Waverley Council.


‘Merdogs’ merges botany with fantasy. These happy sea dogs drift together in harmony with the ocean, each of their ‘tails’ are inspired by a different type of marine botany. This work draws on the folklore of mermaids who were traditionally half-human guardians of the sea.  As we continue to pollute and jeopardise our oceans, this work can serve as a reminder of our seamless connection to the water that sustains us. This mural was done in support of Casa Congo, a sustainable development movement in Astillero Nicaragua that uses art and surfing to encourage a respect and love of the ocean.


"As a surf coach on bondi beach for many years, my murals have an ocean conservation message, often commenting on humanity's careless treatment of the sea."

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