As an artist and designer craft techniques are central to my art practice. I draw connections between domestic life or vernacular landscapes, and our association with memory and experiences. Ceramics and a long interest in textiles underpin my practice, often combining and experimenting with materials and processes.

Through my public artworks I seek to form connections with the artworks context both environmentally and socially. The result is site and project specific responses to architecture, landscape and history through observations of the natural and vernacular environment.

My studies include a diploma of Interior Design at RMIT in Melbourne and a Bachelor of Product Design at the Queensland College of Art. I have gathered extensive experience with art in the public realm- from both a design and construction point of view and as a conceptual artist. I held the position of Lead Designer at UAP from 2007-2010 and now work independently as an artist and freelance designer. I have been commissioned for a number of public artworks in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Hong Kong. My artwork has been exhibited in galleries such as Artisan in Brisbane, Tweed River Art Gallery, Textile Arts Centre, New York and Noosa Regional Gallery.