Tell us a little bit about your label (art) and what you do?

I’d like to think that I am an overall creative human being, who enjoys experimenting to the boundaries of creativity. My experiments involves photography, design and fashion.


What inspires your work?

Everything. I read Paul Smith’s “You can find inspiration everywhere” and had been turned on ever since. But I tend to just collect tonnes of nonsensical information/research; to be utilised at a later date. Yes, I am very much a procrastinator. At present, I am very interested in the J-POP group “Arashi”.

What jobs have you done other than being an artist?

I was a technical officer in Photomedia at UTS; and only till a little while back I was working in financial services.


What memorable responses have you had to your work?

Please do tell

One thing you can’t live without?

A home.

What gets you up in the morning?



How would your best friend describe you in 3 words?

Don’t have one.

What is the next skill you want to learn?


What is your dream project?

Too many to list just one, but my current ‘dream’ project “The Court Painter” is pretty special.

Favourite or most inspirational place in Sydney?

The textiles workshop at UTS with the best Textiles Guy.


What’s the best piece of advice you’ve been given?

Trust no one (as a designer, feedbacks are great but ultimately you will have to make that decision yourself).

What advice would you give to new, aspiring Makers?

Trust yourself, but DO listen.

And most importantly, what would your ultimate karaoke song be?

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