Super dooper excited to share my updated showreel with you! Watch here;
Some leftover footage of the amaziiiing Elayna Lopez inspired this perfect little clip for Animal Feeling's 'Chook Tribes' . I also got to play with a burning pink color pallet I have been dreaming of. An amazing dancer, a fun track, ahhh yes!
In preparation for the full video, I created these teasers for Animal Feeling's new track 'Let Go (feat Yulia)'. I love punchy and short previews, plus spots = fun!
Dancers: Elayna Lopez and Richard Kennedy
DP: Nathan Lynch
Producer: Theresa Caffrey
Asst Edit: Tim Kafalas
NYC based label Tome have referenced Australian artist Fiona Hall in their recent collection. I was on hand to develop prints that echoed the artist's signature motifs. This is realised in hand drawn, ink painted and digitally composed prints based on sardines and various ferns.
Dancing, masks, glitter and a thumping beat! All my favourite things in one place! This year while in NYC I've been working with Animal Feelings (aka Oli Chang) to create the videos for his upcoming album. This is my first music video and I'm pretty sure there is going to be a million more to come.
And when the day was done the team celebrated with a lil dance:
It's true! NYC is now home! I've recently settled in Williamsburg and am on the hunt for life adventures. Keen to discover fantastic design, might fine art and crazy craft. If your in the neighbourhood say hi! Who knows what the year has in stall, but thats the whole point. X
In 2014 my dear friend Blake Paul Kendall launched a pozible campaign to fund his book Our Sago. The funds were raised and I jumped on board to design the book. The book tells the story of a family of children in the Penan rainforest journeying out with their elders to create sago, a traditional dish. The book is also a first in the Penan language for a community struggling against the industrialisation of their region. Blake helmed the project with such strength, illustrating the pages and getting it made and distributed (600 copies have been hand delivered by him, with hundreds more to go). My role was to compile the pages and get it looking both beautiful and easy to read. (The book was printed on rainforest resistant plastic paper!). I couldn't help but share these beautiful photos by Maya Newell of the fantastic project.
Fellow creative and 'man about Melbourne town' Spenceroni and I have recently been chatting about creative life. On top of sharing a tonne of advice and artistic vibes, he also joined me in an exquisite pattern challenge - where we sent each other pattern ingredients for the other to complete - in a repeat pattern. I added some multimedia elements and toyed around with colours, while Spencer went crazy happy with my play-doh shapes. Collaboration gold.