ABOUT

I’m a Melbourne based artist working across a process-based discipline including printmaking and sculpture. My studio practice focuses on the idea of the multiple and the meditative process of repetition, observing transitions and conversations between two and three dimensional forms. My inspiration comes from postwar avant-garde groups including ZERO, and their intersection with American Minimalists.

I completed a BA Fine Art with a major in Printmaking at Monash University, Melbourne, and an MA Fine Art at the Chelsea College of Art & Design, UAL, London. In 2014, I was a finalist in the Swan HIll Regional Gallery Print and Drawings Awards; in 2015, I was selected as an emerging artist to exhibit as part of the Australian Print Triennial held in Mildura. Most recently in 2017, I was awarded the inaugural Peebles Print Prize. I have works in private and public collections in Australia and the UK, and I am represented by Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop.

For more information view my CV (pdf)

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