I am happiest when I'm in my art space. I often have paint on my hair, clothes and feet.

I try to practise everyday, and navigate an ever-changing emotional landscape; inspired by my imagination, self-doubt, love, courage and my longing to create. I am completely obsessed with faces; pretty ones, furry ones and grubby ones. The goal in my work is to strive to capture a moment which triggers a memory and an emotional connection with the viewer. Mostly my work is a reflection on a dream, of beauty, whimsy and wonderment. I paint from the heart, first it speaks to me, then I light a candle, play some music, and paint.

You can contact me [email protected]


Self taught.
I've attended professional development courses with:
Cherry Hood (former Archibald Winner), and my hero
Brian Kehoe, local Emu Park artist
Caz Holmes, UK's finest textile artist


Finalist – The Bayton Award 2017 – Rockhampton Art Gallery
Caravan of Curiosities - Gympie Regional Gallery August 2016
Solo Exhibition ‘Playtime’ Banana Shire Regional Gallery 2017
Acquisition by the Banana Shire Regional Gallery April 2017 for Public Collection
Caravan of Curiosities - Gladstone Regional Gallery 2017
Caravan of Curiosities – Biloela Regional Gallery August 2016
Caravan of Curiosities - Travelling Art Exhibition - Yeppoon February 2016
Solo Exhibition in store at Holly & Hudson Rockhampton Sept‚ Oct‚ Nov 2015
Donated work to the Aspect (Australian Autism & Spectrum) August 2015
Solo Exhibition 'Birds of a Feather' August 2015
Mill Gallery June Exhibition 2015
CQ University Exhibition 2014
Representation at My Sisters House Retail 2014
Cooee - Artists of SE Queensland 2013
Mill Gallery Christmas Exhibition 2011
Lovers & Daydreamers Solo Show 2010
Mill Gallery Christmas Exhibition 2010


My artwork has appeared in Australian Country Magazine‚ August & September 2013.
My artwork is advertised in Inside Out magazine from November 2015.


The delicious watercolours of Cherry Hood
The debonair of Margaret Olley
The meticulous skill of Michael Zavros
The boldness of Ben Quilty
to be a brand like David Bromley
and to be cool like Salvador - walking his anteater down the street kinda cool - Dali

50cm (W) x 40cm (H)
Acrylic on stretched linen
76cm (W) x 102cm (H)
Acrylic paint and collages paper on stretched canvas
76cm (W) x 102cm (H)
Archival acrylic on stretched canvas
102cm (W) x 76cm (H)
Archival acrylic on stretched canvas
76cm (W) x 101cm (H)
Archival acrylic on canvas
76cm (W) x 101cm (H)
Archival acrylic on stretched lineb
76cm (W) x 102cm (H)
archival acrylic on stretched canvas
61cm (W) x 92cm (H)
Archival acrylic on stretched canvas
76cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Archival acrylic on stretched canvas
76cm (W) x 102cm (H)
charcoal and acrylic on stretched canvas