A collection of personal portraiture works. Respectively, Princess Nokia (2018) , Shirley Manson (2016) Damon (2017), Ali (2017) and Lynch (2016).
Private commission, and gift. The dog's name is Rosie, the girl's name is Adele.
A selection of images created for Good Magazine NZ, a healthy living magazine. Respectively, Berries, Creativity, Probiotics, Sibling Rivalry, Phytonutrients, Help! and Listen to Your Body. (2017-2018)
On the writings of Carmen Machado, and her disturbing collection of short stories: Her Body and Other Parties. For the Big Issue Australia. This piece was also adapted for personal use as a sticker! (Pictured below).
Part of a Talenthouse creative initiative to redesign Ballentine's spiced scotch-whiskey packaging for their 20th Anniversary.
A bugged chrysanthemum drawn in conjunction with You See Us.
A selection of images created for an educational children's book called The Dance of the Green Eyed Monster. The book focuses on the lives of two young ballerinas, and deals with misconception and jealousy through the lens of dance.
Created as part of a Talenthouse initiative, this piece competed to become the design for the Lexus Short Films Season 3 Festival.
A personal piece and experiment in animation, it's based of a subway tunnel I came across in Prague.
An original personal piece which was adapted to suit the cover of Darebin City Council's poetry magazine, N-Scribe. Advertising for the magazine is also pictured, at a tram stop outside Northcote town hall.
On the endurance of Sherlock Holmes in popular culture, and the forgotten Australian case books written by Arthur Conan Doyle, for The Big Issue Australia.
Created for the single launch of Teen Wolves.
A selection of images created for an artist residency at Lamington Drive, the gallery associated with The Jacky Winter Group. Respectively, Domestic, Exploration, Father's Office and Pho. (2016)
Created for use on personal branding, this piece has a special place in my folio, as I'm constantly told how much she looks like me.
Alternative film art for 2018's Tomb Raider, starring Alicia Vikander.
A personal work inspired by mirrors and Vietnamese food.
Created as part of a pitch for an Australian short film, called 'Gutterboy'. The film deals with homelessness in the LGBT community.