A New Leaf


Some shots of my pieces for Seed Gallery's group exhibition, A New Leaf. These are collages using up leftover pieces of paper and mixed gouache colours with a bit of pencil and coloured pencil. I've gone for a seabird theme this year, there are 10 pieces and they sell for $100 each, with $10 from each going to the wonderful KidsCan charity.

Opening: Wednesday 8 November at 6pm
Exhibition: 9 – 10 November 2017
Open 10am – 3:30pm daily
Allpress Studio, 8 Drake Street, Auckland City


Atomic Forest!


New Zealand's finest illustrators come together for an Auckland Artweek exhibition of post-apocalyptic, pop-art pleasure. Get a glimpse into a post-nuclear wonderland, full of weird and wonderful characters.

Come hang out with us and grab a cold beer courtesy of Garage Project on the opening night this October 7th and check out our latest round of artwork as well as some of our greatest hits for sale.

Funded by Heart of the City and delivered in partnership with Artweek Auckland.


Paperback Assassins


I'm part of an illustration collective called Paper Assassins and we've been working on a new exhibition coming up as part of Artweek Auckland in October. We're transforming a shop in the Chancery in Auckland's CBD into an alternative universe bookshop, there'll be a range of fantastical book themed artworks, specially designed ex libris bookplates and a place where you can print and colour your own bookplates.

The 10 awesome illustrators on board are: Rebecca ter Borg, Marc Conaco,  Pablo Espinosa, Toni Gill, Chris Hutchinson aka Chippy, Sloane Kim, Toby Morris, Colleen Pugh, Ezra Whittaker-Powley and myself. 

The opening night is Saturday the 8th of October from 6-9pm, sponsored by Budweiser and we also have a late night (til 9pm) on Wednesday the 12th with the Quick Draw Sketch Gang doing live portraits and a kids activity day on the closing Sunday the 16th with lots of activities planned. Come along!




The Colour Your Own Adventure event by ScribbleAKL is now all done and dusted. Thankd to everyone who attended and the super team who organised the whole thing, you rule!

Here are some photos of my drawing in various stages of coloured-in-ness. If you want to see more pics you can at https://www.facebook.com/scribbleakl/ 

The topical Red Peak flag design made it into the dreamscape too. All photos courtesy of the Scribble AKL crew.