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

I paint and sculpt.  These days it’s mostly painting with oil.  It’s a type of non-objective hard-edge abstract work.  Although I title the works and sometimes add words, my art is based on a mostly nonverbal reality and sensations.  I make my own symbols and shapes and also use geometry to create a signifier of an internal personal dialog. I make the art abject so that I can share this dialog with the rest of the world.  As an artist I feel it’s my responsibility to be a part of my community/ culture where I’m living, so putting my work into your head is the first step.  Any connection or conversation that occurs inside yourself or between people after that is what I hope you will understand as the true art of the experience.  However, with this in mind, I have no real interest in telling you how to feel about it or how to view it.


2)     How did get into your type of work?

I’ve been drawing and making stuff as long as I can remember.

3) Describe the best reactions you’ve had on work? 

Conversations and connections with people who have seen my work or who I have shown with make me happy.

4)  Ignoring money and rules what would your dream project/artwork be?

I would travel around living in different cities making art and connecting with kind people.

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5) Favourite place to chill in Sydney?

The Arthur McElhone Reserve and the rocks next to Bondi.

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

If you want to study art go to art school in L.A.

7) What advice would you give to new, aspiring Makers?

The more experience you have the richer your art becomes.

Good art doesn’t happen in a vacuum.

Open your door to everyone. and

Be kind and make what makes you feel good.