The Tasmanian branch of the Children's Book Council of Aus. asked me to write for their blog on my latest collaboration; The Wildlife Summer Games.
Read article HERE

Many thanks to Jennie

The Wildlife Summer Games
November, 2020
The next children's book I've illustrated in this series is available, written by Richard Turner.
The second of three books in this series depicts 30 animals competing for the Bronze, Silver and Gold medals.
You pick who wins!

Speech Pathology Australia shortlisted Book of the Year 2020
The Wildlife Winter Games is among 10 finalists shortlisted for the 5 - 8 year category.
View the list - HERE
The Wildlife Winter Games Launch Day
I'll be in Adelaide for various appearances with Richard to celebrate the launch of this book!
The Wildlife Winter Games
September, 2019
My next children's book I've illustrated is on it's way, written by Richard Turner.
32 pages of 30 animals competing for the Bronze, Silver and Gold medals.
Who do you think would win if creatures used their skills to compete against each other in winter sporting events?

My Tasmanain Devil Painting is now up for auction.
I began this at The Hobart Airport Artist in Residence in Jan 2019.
The auction is being held by The Hobart Airport, with all proceeds to benefit Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.
Follow the link for the auction -
Artist in Residence, Hobart Airport
I'm very honoured to represent, work, play and welcome visitors and locals to Tasmania.
Completed works will be on display, plus I'll be working on a new painting for auction with all proceeds going to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary.

HAEG Art Awards
Southern Swan People's Choice Winner 2018
Thank you to HAEG for having me again, and to all the people involved in keeping this great event thriving in Southern Tasmania.
And to the voters, thank you!

A picture book I've illustrated; Elliott's Rainbow Heart will be released December 2017.
It's 32 pages of colourful rain forest as Elliott pushes himself to discover something he's wanted that's dear to his heart.
It was a real pleasure drawing this sparing no expense on the detail.
Written by Laura Wallbridge for Empowering Resources.

October 2017
For Mary
Battery Point, Hobart Tasmania.
Sandy Bay Road and St Georges Terrace
Traffic Light Box Painting
From 1895 to 1921 Mary Roberts ran a private zoo at Battery Point, Hobart, that included caring for Tasmanian Devils and Thylacines. Mary was a member of many social groups and a pioneer of her time. She presented her studies of the Tasmanian Devil to a scientific paper "Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London' in 1915. These achievements were difficult for women at the time. This painting is for Mary.
Thank you to the people of Battery Point for the support while working on-site.

May 2017
Peoples Choice Award
Derwent Valley Autumn festival 2017
I received this prize the previous year, thank you for taking the time to vote!
March 2017
Peoples Choice Award, Huon Art Awards 2017
My Wombat Painting picked up this award for this year.
Thank you to Southern Swan for sponsoring this section and to the HAEG committee for keeping artists work alive in your community.
June 2016
When I get the chance I leave little drawings or in this case - paintings on the street with a note for anyone to keep.
This one pictured was part of a series I dropped visiting Melbourne.
Thank you to Jillian for writing back with this photo, I'm glad it made your mothers day.
April 2016
'Tardiba' picked up two prizes at the Derwent Valley Autumn Festival Art Prize 2016.
1st Place, and 1st Peoples Choice.
I'm pictured here with event organizers Ron and Lois, thanks to these guys and more for putting it all together and The Derwent Valley Council.
There was a great variety of talent and I was surprised to pick up one award, so two knocked me over.
My drawing, 'Tardiba' pictured here in the book Tarkine Trails.
This publication put together by Phil Pullinger, features public walking areas mapped out in the Tarkine, Tasmania.
The Tarkine is a large area of Tasmania that is a mostly untouched, a beautifully wild place.
I'm very happy that this major piece is featured in something that is a part of my home.
I was very proud to be involved with Hobart City Missions OPSM Art Exhibition, held from 9/10/2015
The fundraiser hosted a heap of Artists and Photographers displaying their work at the
Salamanca Long gallery, Hobart.

A big thank you to Maurice for getting me involved.
Picture from The Mercury newspaper, view here -
My Before a Whisper drawing will be featured in a Black and White art book.
This book showcases 250 artists, hand picked from around the world.

Published by Out of Step Books, many of these are donated to classrooms that rely on a low budget.
This is the first of many Black & White editions they will be printing. 
I'm very excited to be a part of this!
To order and see other art books they have on offer go to Out of Step books publishing -