Working with the senior art students at Mt Albert Grammar School in Auckland Tamaki Makaurau 2021

Working with the senior art students at Mt Albert Grammar School in Auckland Tamaki Makaurau 2021 as Artist In Residence to create this mural was an uplifting experience. It involved 150 students making 500 individual works on perspex, which were then arranged into a cohesive whole. The students worked with abstract approaches – colour and markmaking – and the subsuming of individual paintings into the larger work. The result was a bright, reflective community of paintings installed in the main MAGS building.


Roof Space, Chengdu, China 2019

Roof Space, Chengdu, China 2019

Ai Gallery toured us through China as cultural ambassadors, visiting three cities and meeting with artists, curators, collectors, and with the great support of our Embassy staff.

the world is porous, Tauranga Art Gallery 2018

My friend and performer Elibra Fleur is dressed to impress in this Dior-inspired costume at the opening of my exhibition.

9×2=18 at PAULNACHE 2018

Having exhibited huge works in the previous six exhibitions, we decided to upend expectation with a show of small paintings, each just 50cm x 50cm.
Sydney Contemporary with PAULNACHE 2017

Sydney Contemporary with PAULNACHE 2017

I constructed a large 300cm x 500cm painting loosely based on the Fibonacci Grid, with sequences of squares spiralled in decreasing size.


Largest work to date 28th April 2023

My exhibition No Straight Lines at Te Where Toi o Heretaunga Hastings City Art Gallery provided the opportunity to negotiate with its Main Gallery, the largest un-poled space in the Southern Hemisphere.

Creative Matters Podcast

Whether you’re out for a stroll or need some aural distraction while working, you can now listen to me in conversation with Mandy Jakich at her lovely Muriwai studio for Creative Matters.

Exquisite Colours collaboration with Schmincke

My collaboration with renown German paint manufacturer Schmincke in 2022, designing the palette of colours for a Ultimate Mixing Set of Horadam Watercolours, was so successful that they asked me to devise a new set for 2023.

Newsletter February 2022

Delightfully, I’ve realised this newsletter reflects a part of my practice where elements come together to make a whole.