Monday, 8 December 2014


Domesticated is an exhibition curated by Lesley Giovanelli of work by Will Cooke, Robyn Donoghue, Beata Geyer, Anne Graham, Bettina Hill, Sione Falemaka, Steven Fasan, Mim Fluhrer, Lesley Giovanelli, Pip Giovanelli, Francesca Mataraga, Sarah Newall, Elizabeth Pulie, Margaret Roberts, Nuha Saad, Andrew Simmons, Toni Warburton and myself.

The exhibition runs until Sunday 14 December.

Articulate project space - 497 Parramatta Rd, Leichhardt.


Saturday, 15 November 2014

Spatial Order III

Pen, ink and gouache on paper.

The continuation of these geometric figures has become somewhat of an obsession. Many rough drawings are made prior to the identification of a new form. 

These works on paper have stimulated an evolution in my approach to painting.


Thursday, 23 October 2014

Sherbet Moon

Watercolour, ink and pencil on paper, with digital reflection.


Saturday, 4 October 2014


TURN/ FOLD/ FLIP is an exhibition of work made in collaboration with Ciaran Begley, and Consuelo Cavaniglia.

The work was developed both individually and in dialogue. Consuelo and I working on painted book-like forms, and Ciaran producing the folded plywood structures.

It has been a great experience working collaboratively, and the outcomes of the work have highlighted our shared concerns of geometry, structure and space.

TURN/ FOLD/ FLIP will be on show until 18/ 10/ 04 at Archive_ 5 Eliza Street Newtown.

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Quotients and Remainders

Ink and acrylic on board, with fluorescent gaffing tape.

This painting was made from the offcuts of a previous painting on board, and being a fragment of the larger form, it's edges follow the same underlying geometries.

Working with these offcuts is a process similar to collage, with the pieces there ready to be arranged. This allowed for a sense of spontaneity and experimentation, that resulted in this open ended, unexpected outcome.


Monday, 1 September 2014

Video 1:01

iPhone 4.

These short experimental videos rely on the ubiquitous presence of my mobile phone.

Having the phone with me, almost at all times, allows me to record phenomena as I see it with a casual immediacy.

By continuing in this practice, and imposing a vague set of rules (pertaining to movement, framing, and duration), the necessary time or opportunity is given for a sensibility to emerge.


Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Pass It On

Pass It On is a group exhibition at Verge Gallery, featuring work from Sydney College of the Arts students and alumni. The exhibition will include Anna McMahon, Isobel Parker Philip, Jess Bradford, Richard Kean, THEnguyens, Del Lumanta, Carla Liesch, and myself.

I will be showing my Instagram work Scum Street Scum. A sixty page, limited edition book of the work will be available from the gallery.

Thanks to curator SiƄn McIntyre for all the help during install.

Opens July 30, from 6pm.