Emma Hack Art Prize Finalist


Very excited to be selected as a finalist in the 2016 Emma Hack Art Prize. The Finalists are on Exhibit at the Festival Centre during the fringe. Go in and see the works while you catch a show or wander over while visiting the Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibit across the road ;)

Check out all the fabulous finalists online here and vote for your favourite ( pick me! lol)

Voting is open until Friday 11 March


“Painting Pixels” article


I am graduating from Adelaide College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design, and the Grad Show STAMPEDE is well underway. An article featuring my work was published on the TAFE website and facebook page – you can read about it here

TAFE promo 3


Culture Futures


My work Carbon Footprint was included in an article in Culture Futures – I was a bit chuffed :)


The exhibition and prize, co-ordinated by Pip Fletcher depicts artists’ concerns with the environment and climate change.

The exhibition booklet summed up the motivation for the work and the exhibition:

“The exhibition aims to celebrate nature and the environment and promote the reduction of carbon output in the fight against global warming by encouraging ideas for the reduction of green house gasses as expressed through art work, or by illustrating warnings and public responsibility. If the world can change to renewable power, we can achieve a more sustainable future for both the natural world and humanity.”

2014 Solar Art Prize


I was fortunate enough to win the Sculpture Section of the Solar Art Prize, which included $5000 worth of Solar Panels to my roof. Thanks to Royal Society for Arts South Australia, and Natural Technology Systems



Carbon Footprint 2012