Jeff McCann is an artist, educator, artistic director and foremost a story-teller, working between the visual and performing arts through a wide range of mediums including sculpture, fashion, installation, public art and performance.

Inspired heavily by avant-garde fashion, surface design and tapestries. Jeff takes what is considered rubbish and transforms it into new work that ranges from theatrical fashion, accessories, functional products, art and sculpture.

He is inspired by ceremony, rituals, colour and play; bringing back a childlike sense of wonder to the viewer.

Jeff works with musicians, fashion photographers, designers, directors and other artists to create unique, magical and ethereal environments and boutique looks for; musicians, stage design, films, fashion photographers and public art.

Jeff has created looks for clients such as Montaigne, Nina Las Vegas, Asta and Florian and has featured work in Sunday Style magazine.

Some major public art and installation works include; The QVB Rooster for Chinese New Year at the Queen Victoria Building (QVB), sculptures for the ROAR music festival and a mural for the Albury City Council.