Monday, December 26, 2011

Voiceworks # 87 : Play

Recently I have been published in Voiceworks. I have a short story called 'A Bank of Cloud', accompanied by an illustration, and a poem called 'AA (Mountain Poem)'. Also featured in this issue are all the winners of the John Marsden Prize, including one of closest friends Ainslee Meredith, with her poem 'Advent Meaning'. She blogs at Spatial Blues and is a poet of exceptional skill; her words stay with you long after you read them.

I can't publish any of the work on my blog due to copyright reasons, which is why you should go to Mag Nation or Readings and pick up a copy for a meagre $10.

Mountain smoke

Here are some new drawings from my Molskine: 

shoeless mountain sham holds flag upright!

unstoppable cheer

smelling satan

Dolphins cry.

Sunday, December 11, 2011


Some quick drawings from my moleskine that are in the process of becoming much better drawings for my upcoming show at Egg Gallery in February.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Early Harvest.

A little while ago I did some drawings for Early Harvest magazine, which is a collaboration between Harvest and Pigeon Projects. What sets this journal apart from others on the market is that it publishes stories and poems written by children across Melbourne and is edited and marketed by children, with guidance from volunteers.

It was great corresponding with Emma Hewitt, who I have unfortunately not met yet, as I was at Harvest festival in Werribe when the launch was on.

I have not got my copy yet, so these photos are taken from bean there read that.
This is the front cover, which you should look out for at Readings!

And this is a page with one of my drawings on it.

This is the illustration from Olivia. 
and this is the illustration for my secret happiness.

As the winter turned the meadow brown

Some new drawings from my moleskine, which is also new and so full of pages.

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Pencil Pyramids

hot glue, industrial grinding machines, love, and about 60 sheets of sandpaper have created these pencil pyramids.

I will be attaching them to sterling silver chains and selling them very soon.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Charcoal hearts

I thought I might do some small drawings in charcoal pencil. Charcoal is a medium I usually avoid, but something felt right about this.


Thank you Fragmented magazine for publishing three of my drawings, alongside poems written by my boyfriend. A six page spread is hard to come by. Fragmented is an arts and culture magazine created by my good friend Nina Read. You can find it in Brunswick Bound.

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Friday, September 16, 2011

Monday, September 5, 2011

As the wind grows cold the trees unfold.

some new works from my Moleskine, all set to become paintings, etchings, felt soft sculptures and possibly printed onto collars