Photography, video, writing, digital and traditional drawing and painting are all important parts of my practice.
My art is about the environment, built and natural and communicating the importance of happiness, empathy and creativity.
In the past few years I have:
I am a regular participant in competitions and have been selected as a finalist in The Thirroul Seaside and Arts Festival (2004), The Fishers Ghost Award (2017 at Campbelltown Art Centre) and ‘Flow’ the national watercolour prize (2019 at Wollongong Art Gallery). I continue to enter the Wynne and Sulman prizes at the Art Gallery of NSW but so far have not been selected.
I am passionate about creativity and the link between creativity, empathy and happiness. I believe that when we all (not just artists) use our creativity wisely we will solve the problems of the world both large and small. I live in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, Australia and am constantly inspired by the beaches and forest.