Make sure you check out the latest issue of RealTime magazine, which is available for free at many art galleries around NSW. I was lucky enough to have my work featured on the August/September cover, and there's also a bit of a blurb inside about my work, as well as heaps of other interesting articles that are worthwhile reading.

The Hatched: National Graduate Show is an annual exhibition held at Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, featuring a selection of graduates from 22 different art schools and universities across Australia. This year I was thrilled to be chosen among the 35 graduates to be exhibiting their work in the gallery. I was also very honoured to receive a special mention and commendation on my work as a result of the judging of the Dr Harold Schenberg bequest award.
Curated by PICA's Nadia Johnson, the exhibition is an intriguing and varied cross section of work that represents many facets of differing thoughts and processes central to the concerns of graduates currently entering the emerging art scene.
If you are in the area, I encourage you to stop by and take a look.

2015 is the second year that .M Contemporary have hosted the Young Artists Initiative; an exhibition showcasing a selection of recent graduates from UNSW Art & Design, Sydney College of the Arts, and the National Art School that show promise for the future. I was fortunate enough to have a piece from my Athanasia series selected for display.

In 2013 Wollongong Art Gallery purchased two images from my Messel Pit series to add to their permanent contemporary collection. These works, along with other recent contemporary acquisitions, will be on exhibition at the gallery throughout late 2014 to early 2015. The gallery collects pieces by local artists as well as artists of national significance, and I am very grateful to have a home for my work alongside such remarkable work.

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