AUTUMN 2018, pages 30-31
I was asked to do a short talk on my creative business focusing on 'It's not as easy as you think.' I gave a bunch of tips and examples of how I overcome obstacles in my first year of business.
I decided I wanted to do my part in promoting the Yes campaign for marriage equality. I have made these earrings and similar brooches to sell with 50% of proceeds going to Canned Fruit. A Sydney based LGBTQIA+ group. The money will go toward more all inclusive events.
My first solo exhibition showcasing the full range of my work. Costume, jewellery and photography.
Featured on the Sydney Morning Herald website. Talking about my creative process and musical collaborations.
Recently I got to dress Clare Press for the launch of her sustainability/ethics in fashion podcast Wardrobe Crisis. She's looking epic in my repurposed cardboard coat. Check it out. A great listen
I just finished working with Sydney nightclub Homemade on their birthday party. Located in Darling Harbour, the club was decked out in giant paper feathers, projections, costume jewellery for performers, face painting for patrons and totem poles. Photos and videos coming soon.
I was awarded 3rd prize in the VIZBIPlus Exhibition : a showcase of science inspired art for my jacket. The prize is a tee collaboration with Darlinghurst sustainable clothing store Spunky Bruiser.
This year I have created the visuals for Spilt Milk music festival in Canberra. Stoked to be on board.
Stoked to have worked with Montaigne again. She wore my festival wrist band jacket at Groovin' the Moo this year.
I’m excited to announce that The Tribe: Art & Design has moved into its new digs on Foley St, Darlinghurst and they are stoking my work. They have Tree Pyramids, jewellery and pretty soon some Flute Bags will be heading there. Go check it out.
21 Foley St, Darlinghurst SYDNEY