I work as a cross-disciplinary artist. I specialise in making fun, accessible work that exists at the intersection of performance, literature and live art. I enjoy making work for young people and work that encourages community engagement in the arts. See the Projects Page for more information about projects I have worked on.

Previous clients include: City of Melbourne, 100 Story Building, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne International Animation Festival, MUDfest, SYN and the Emerging Writers' Festival.  

The poison cabinet for state library of victoria and latrobe university

An immersive escape-room style game experience designed for 16-18 year olds, where they explore the library after dark and solve a mystery.

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100SBFM for 100 Story Building

A collaboration with 100 Story Building, I created a collaborative podcast with the children and young people at the building, as well as with local artists and volunteers. You can listen to the podcast and see more about the project here.


Lost Things for the State Library of Victoria


A still from 'Lost Things', 2011

In 2011, I created, wrote, designed and operated an interactive education program for the State Library of Victoria based on Shaun Tan's The Lost Thing.

A collaboration with UK's Agency of Coney, this innovative term-long program was designed to engage grade 5 and 6 students in a mysterious adventure that unfolded in their own classroom in the form of packages, emails, videos, live chats, phone calls and visits from a range of fictional characters. Focusing on resilience, transition, empathy and the school curriculum, this project enabled students to became the heros of their own narrative while learning valuable skills. I am passionate about promoting innovative and responsive  approaches to storytelling and education.

No-One Is Not A Joke for Kings ARI

No-One Is Not A Joke, 2012

 A Kings ARI Flash Night commission, this exhibition/performance/joke playfully explored and celebrated The Ridiculous. An immersive art experience/alternative universe where the mundane became euphoric, work became a game and performance become even more ridiculous than performance usually is. I bought 500 whoopee cushions for this exhibition and I don't regret it.

 

Mural for SYN FM

In 2009 I was commissioned to paint a mural in the SYN FM Studios. It took ages. Here's a stop-motion video of me doing it: