Pencil Drawings

I’ve been drawing since I was a kid and I’ve always loved watching a blank piece of paper gradually start transforming into something else… it’s magical for me! Below are a few pencil drawings. Mostly just graphite on paper, with a charcoal drawing (because who doesn’t love some charcoal).

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Ghosts

I had the pleasure of collaborating with fellow photographer Jon Zerger and model Kirsten Chow on the cover of David Andrew’s single Ghosts. It was one of my favourite collaborations to date! We had so much fun and took some beautiful imagery on both film and digital.

The final album cover design below. You can listen to the incredible single Ghosts on all the usual channels from 20/09/19. We listened to a sneak peak whilst shooting and it’s definitely worth checking out!

Studio Curator

I love typography! A simple type logo is often the most affective. I created this logo for Solandra from Studio Curator using a dry brush technique.

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Nursery Wall Art

I had the pleasure of creating a wall mural for Emma and Jeremy’s baby room. The mural was inspired by Australian native leaves, created with wall paint but watered down to achieve a ‘watercolour’ effect. Emma wanted a design that was both whimsical and adventurous. It is going to be such a beautiful space for their little boy to grow up in!

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In 2017 I created a delicate wall mural for Anita and Brad’s beautiful little girl. After Brad insisting wallpaper was not a good idea, Anita contacted me about creating a wall mural. Anita was dreaming of some loose florals in a watercolour style. She wanted subtle colours with touches of pink, perfect for a delicate mural that is not too overpowering. It was so fun to add some more life to this room! I’m sure that their baby girl will love growing up with such pretty scenery!

Hidden Polaroids

Polaroid photography is such a beautiful way of capturing special moments. Sometimes polaroids do not turn out how people plan, or perhaps they are left with photographs of moments they want to let go of. I wanted to bring new life to discarded, ruined, or secret polaroids and began my hidden polaroid series, painting little landscapes on top of these polaroid photographs.

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Thank you to those people who have sent me polaroids, I have quite a collection now and am slowly creating these miniature paintings in spare time. All works are oil paint on mini polaroid photographs, created with tiny brushes and sometimes needles to push the paint around!