Melbourne born, I have a BA in Fashion Design from RMIT. After working as a designer and illustrator locally, I moved to London in 1999 to pursue illustration full time. Represented in London, Paris and the US, my work expanded across editorial, advertising, publishing and packaging. I really enjoy the diversity of my work, and today back in Melbourne, my illustration and fashion worlds collide with my work expanding into textile design, retail windows and store interiors. I consider myself very lucky to do what I love for a living. Work never really has felt like work for me. I approach every brief with verve and commit to produce my best possible work always. No project is too great, or too small or too difficult. A mix of graphic sensibility and old school artistic flair has allowed me to produce a portfolio as diverse as my clients. You’ll find me friendly, skilled, efficient and generous. I respect deadlines and always hope to inspire others. I provide artistic solutions that bring your creative vision to life and speak to your customers. Let’s chat about your ideas. I’d love to hear from you if you think I can help realise that for you. Latest projects include the Alannah Hill Emporium store Melbourne featuring wallpaper and a tiled sales counter, new book cover for the French edition of The Devil Wears Prada and textile design for Diana Ferrari.