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Being intrigued with the Cubists of the early 20th century, it comes as no surprise that my work heavily consists of angular lines, geometric shapes and Origami-like forms. As did the Cubists, I strip back forms, break them into flat angular plans and recreate them into three dimensional forms. My work explores capturing movement, or more specifically, a moment in time.

Born Hobart, Australia. Initial training, Bachelor of Arts (Fine Arts) (Honours) with first class Honours, RMIT University Melbourne, 2009. Doctor of Fine Art by Research, project in progress. Awards and Commissions: 2010, Four Seasons Hotel, Guangzhou, China; Marriott Hotel, Sydney, Australia; Crown Metropol Hotel, Melbourne, Australia; Manningham Acquisition Award, Manningham Victorian Ceramic Award Exhibition. Public Collections include: Ballarat Art Gallery; Bendigo Art Gallery; Manningham City Council Collection; Warnambool Art Gallery; City of Whitehorse Collection. Private and corporate collections throughout Australia and overseas. Participated in 14 selected and invitational group exhibitions, most recently solo exhibition 'The Fleeting Moment' Skepsi Gallery @ Malvern. Work has been featured in ceramic magazines and publications.

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