Creating has been a life-long passion of mine and flows out through several medium such as drawing, photography, painting and poetry. My work has a whimsical, theatrical-type edge and I’ve created the ‘The Dreamers Garden’ to share this gentle magic with those who still hold dreams in their hearts.

Australia is my home and a beautiful part of the world. I grew up by the beach in a small town but now live in Sydney where I’m currently studying an Advanced Diploma of Fine Arts (majoring in painting) and recently completed the Diploma level of Fine Arts and a Diploma of Photography.

For more information, full portfolios of art and photography work, or to commission a shoot or artwork, visit:”

I’ve been keeping a blog for some time now at Blogspot. There are weekly updates and lots of new work. Come visit me at:

  • Joined: November 2008


True wealth

The importance of faith, the great importance of orientation and the inner life to withstand outer pressures. The importance of inner conviction. I had the love of my work and nothing could stop it. Anais Nin / Anais Nin said some wonderfully encouraging and wise things in her life. Being an artist herself, she believed in the importance of art, its value in people’s lives and society. / I…
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Painting walk through

For fun, I’ve done an oil painting portrait walk-through on my blog. Come visit me at The Dreamers Garden: / “”
Posted over 5 years – Leave a comment

'Invest in what's real'

I read this quote yesterday that Gwyneth Paltrow’s father passed down to her, and it got me thinking – it’s so easy to get caught up in what seems real, but actually isn’t. It’s those time wasting, emotionally exhausting situations – like a tree that never bears fruit no matter how much you nurture and care for it. They’re not real. / This quote reminded …
Posted almost 6 years – 2 comments

Inspring Literature: Anais Nin

One of my favourite authors is Anais Nin. I’ve met few people who have heard of her and even fewer who have read her journals and literature. I believe she was popular during the period of feminism in the 1960/70s, but she seems relatively forgotten. I highly recommend her journals for those seeking to be moved by philosophy and deeper thoughts on life. / Here is a quote I thought was wonde…
Posted about 6 years – 2 comments
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