recent work

A sample of my most recent work undertaken as part of my PhD project titled 'Walking Contested Ground' at the School of Creative Arts, University of Tasmania, Hobart , 2014 - 2018



'Prospect': an exhibition at CraftACT: Craft and Design Centre, Canberra ACT in May 2014. For catalogue essay click here



A series of walking projects undertaken since 2006, whereby I have used printmaking and drawing techniques to record my body and process of moving on site. 


A series of collaborative printmaking and drawing projects undertaken since 2007.


A series of works that explore the landforms in and around the Murray Darling Basin river system, including the Shoalhaven and Murrumbidgee rivers.


A series of works that explore the bodies of water in the Murray Darling Basin river system, including the Shoalhaven, Murrumbidgee and Murray rivers. This exploration of river systems has grown to include Liffey River in Dublin, Ireland which I interpreted through woodcut during a residency at Black Church Print Studio in 2011.


An ongoing body of work that explores the remnant and active mine sites in Australia and overseas. These sites have included the gold mine sites of Hill End, NSW, the copper and gold mining site of Queenstown in Tasmania and the posti-industrial cement mines of Rosendale, New York, USA.

untitled, Liffey River, Dublin, 2011

Woodcut on Somerset paper 60 x 240cm