exhibitions

2017 Cries For Attention – M2 Gallery, Sydney. A collection of portraits, still lifes, and urban landscapes exploring identity.

2016 What Maketh A Man – The Shop Gallery, Glebe, Sydney. An exhibition examining and challenging the concept of modern masculinity.

2015 Artist/Activist/Arsehole – M2 Gallery, Sydney. An exhibition of works exploring different aspects of the artists creativity.

2015 Salon des Refuses – S. H. Erving Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery

2015 A Queer Aesthetic film release. Documentary made by film maker Luke Cornish on the exhibition of the same name. To date the film has shown in film festivals both internationally and Australia.

2015 Me/You/Them/Us – Newtown Library. As part of the Mardi Gras Arts Festival a selection of portraits of the LGBTQI community.

2014 Participant in The Company Of Men at the Brightspace Gallery Melbourne.

2014 Freedom (if you want it) – Newtown Library/ Protohub/City of Sydney. Multi-exhibition  project showcasing the recent bike paintings, culmination in a projection feature and talk for Rides the Night in Sydney’s Botanical Gardens

2014 A Queer Aesthetic Exhibition – The Pine Street Gallery. An exhibition bringing together the trilogy of shows, made up of still lives, portraits and abstracts, proposing the question is there such a thing, as a ‘queer’ aesthetic?

2013 – 2014 One Day you’ll Understand short film by film maker Renae Moore. A short film documenting the creative process, both mentally and physical behind putting on the exhibition of the same name. The film has shown at various film festivals throughout Australia

2012 One Day you’ll Understand Exhibition – Pine Street Gallery. An exhibition examining and challenging the ageism within modern culture and communities both local and widespread.

2012 Participant in ‘Bearspace’ Artshow – Monstrosity Gallery Sydney.

2011 ‘Like Neon Within’ exhibition – Pine Street Gallery, Sydney. A series of pen and ink portraits and life studies examining the individual character and inner strengths we all possess.

2010 – 2011 Participant with multiple pieces in Idaho Art show.

1999 – 2014 Various privately commissioned creative projects, illustration and costume design projects working as creative freelance for various companies including Opera Australia, Dreamworks and The Costume Shop.

1999 ‘The Power Of youth And Beauty’ – The Tap Gallery, Sydney, Australia. A collection of paintings and soft sculptures examining the obsession and marketability across media and within society of the beauty ideal.

1996 exhibition at The Artisan Well, Battersea, London. A showcase of portraits in various mediums resulting in various commissions.

1998 winner of The Amnesty Portrait award. 

1995 ‘Headcase’ exhibition – The Clockhouse. Clapham, London.  A series of small black and white portraits well received by local press.

1994 Founder of collaborative design company ‘Pour Qoi?’ with artist Stefan Villette in London, England. An art and design collective specialising in art pieces, home wears and soft furnishings, selling at Zeitgeist, The tearooms and Liberty amongst others.

1990- 1992 HND Fashion Promotion and Communication, Epsom School of Art, Surry, England.

1987- 1989 BTEC in Creative Studies Newcastle School of Art and Design, Newcastle, England.