In 2003 I acquired the Embleton and Weir Cordial Factory at Hill End, with the intention of setting up a studio. In the last few years I have been designing and building studios and renovating the Cordial Factory. Hill End is a historic gold mining town, located in the central tablelands of New South Wales, near Bathurst. In the 1940’s, artists such as Russell Drysdale, Donald Friend, Jean Bellette, Paul Haefliger and Magaret Olley lived and worked there. The decades proceeding enticed other artists such as John Olsen, Brett Whiteley, John Firth-Smith and many more to spend time there working and this is the case to the present day.

Abstract compositions in the materials of metal and wood, predominate my work although I will work in any material that I feel is necessary.

2009 Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training
2000 Bachelor of Fine Arts (sculpture major) - National Art School, Sydney
1997 Advanced Diploma in Fine Arts (sculpture) - National Art School, Sydney
1995 Certificate in Welding (GMAW) - Sydney Institute of Technology, Ultimo
1994 Certificate in Ceramics - National Art School,

Related Experience
2006-11 Part-time teaching- Sculpture Bathurst TAFE
Part-time teaching- Sculpture Orange TAFE
Preparator at Museum of Contemporary Art Freelance Art Installer

2002-05 Preparator at Museum of Contemporary Art Freelance Art Installer
Casual Lecturer Waverley Woollahra Centre,
2002 Studio assistant for Aida Tomescu

Solo Exhibitions
2009 Cubism. Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney
2007 Totems and Architecture, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney awards
2010 Saw Millers Sculpture Prize
2007 Mill Residences Sculpture Prize
2005 Australian Bronze Prize- Infusion Sculpture Prize
1997-99 Highly Commended- Waverley Woollahra Sculpture Prize

Bathurst Regional Gallery
Private Australian & International Collections