Artist  |  Designer
(b. Australia)
Lives and works, Los Angeles


2020  Gallery 825 – Penumbra, Los Angeles, USA

2019  M16 Artspace Drawing Prize – Finalist, Canberra, Australia

2019  Gallery 825 – Applied Science, Los Angeles, USA

2019  Orange County Center for Contemporary Art – Finalist, Therefore I Am, Orange County, USA

2018  Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre – Finalist, The 65th Blake Prize, Sydney, Australia

2018  Orange County Center for Contemporary Art – Finalist, Music for your Eyes, Orange County, USA

2017  UNSW Art & Design – Annual 17, Sydney, Australia

2017  Los Angeles Center for Digital Art – Electron Salon, Los Angeles, USA

2017  Gaffa Gallery – Off Site, Sydney, Australia

2016  Los Angeles Center for Digital Art – Snap to Grid, Los Angeles, USA


2017  UNSW Art & Design, Annual 17 – Sculpture & Installation Award


Pres.   UNSW Art & Design, Australia – Grad. Cert. Visualisation, Simulation, and Immersive Design

2018   UNSW Art & Design, Australia – Master of Art

2009   Animation Mentor, USA – Adv. Dip. Character Animation

2004   Central Institute of Technology, Australia – Adv. Dip. Animation

1991    ual: University of the Arts London – Undergraduate, Design for Print


Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA)
National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)

Exploring the real and the referential, parallels of light and consciousness underpin my conceptual framework – embodying Vedic philosophy, quantum thinking and various multidimensional subjects with metaphysical and imaginative implications.

I am interested in the effect that light has on our psychology and spatial perception, with its inherent ability to influence the eye and mind of the viewer – and in using it as the means to contemplate space through the ephemeral nature of installations, where light adds an illusory dimension.

Linking elements from drawing, sculpture, installation and light-based media, my practice is an ongoing enquiry into concepts of the ‘unknown’ and the illusion of time (ourselves) flowing from the past towards the future as a subjective experience of consciousness.