With a deep love for nature and people it has long been my passion to convey this inherent beauty through realism with an impressionistic flair. I have always believed in a flexible approach and employ the medium that best encapsulates the classic qualities of each subject matter and context; whether it is oil, water colour or pastels.
I feel privileged to have travelled the world for inspiration and to exhibit my work. I have a profound reverence for the perfect architecture found in nature, from the pristine water courses and geological formations of the outback, to the softer yet powerful aspect we find in coastal scenes such as cliffs, dunes and estuaries with the abundance of plant and animal life. I also enjoy tying the respectful elements of the built environment to the wonderment of nature. I also have a passion for producing portraits.
I was the youngest member of the Royal Art Society when I joined at the age of 15, a few years ago now, and at 17 I was employed as an illustrator for the South Australian Museum in both the Education Section and Entomology Department. Over my long career I have been honoured to be commissioned for many works and feel deeply humbled to have received numerous awards.


Diploma in graphic design and illustration


Solo exhibitions at Noarlunga Private Hospital, Lombard Gallery , The Barn.
Shared exhibitions Stationmasters Gallery, Gallery M, Pepper Street gallery, Royal Adelaide Show


Eastern Courier Messenger, Southern Times Messenger, The Adelaide Review, Radio


The impressionist era, as well as local artists who inspire me to push my own limits.

92.5cm (W) x 117cm (H)
Oil paint on stretched canvas over frame
67cm (W) x 57cm (H)
Oil paint on stretched canvas
60cm (W) x 45cm (H)
Oil paint on canvas board
35cm (W) x 25cm (H)
53cm (W) x 38cm (H)
Watercolour on medium weight Arches paper
53cm (W) x 38cm (H)
Watercolour on arches watercolour medium paper
53cm (W) x 30cm (H)
Watercolour on Arches Watercolour paper
39cm (W) x 30cm (H)
Oil on medium weight canvas