Working with Flying Bark Productions, I developed the initial logo for the Australian film 100% WOLF.


Working with Network 10, I developed this logo for Ultimate Classroom, a show targeted at kids in STEM.

Logo developed for the podcast – Singing bones

Read more about the design here

Logo designed for a dog rescue service – Denise At Paws

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Working with Curated Content I created the logo for travel blog No Mas Coach!

Working with Flying Bark Productions I created this logo for the My Heart Mate app.

Read more about the character design I developed for the app here

Bothers of the Umbilical kind


My portrait of the Umbilical Brothers (David Collins and Shane Dundas) was entered in the Moran and Archibald Prize in 2016.


In honour of their 25th anniversary as a performance duo, my portrait of the Umbilical Brothers (David Collins and Shane Dundas) celebrates their unique physicality, positivity, and longevity as artists. Lending from the form of Raphael’s 1505 painting “Madonna of the Goldfinch”, I created a joyous tableau that places the comedians among high art.


I supplemented the faunal allegory of Raphael’s goldfinch, representing suffering, with a goldfish, representing good luck, something they have enjoyed a great deal of over the past 25 years. Also a goldfish looks funnier and is more fun to say.

Umbilical of the Goldfish - After Raphael


Both Shane and Dave were incredibly generous with their time, doing sittings backstage at the Roslyn Packer Theatre (where they were the first comedy show in the newly named venue) and more sittings in their hotel rooms in Melbourne during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. They are both lovely blokes and I was glad to have the opportunity to paint Dave again after my first portrait of him in 2012. Why wouldn’t you want to paint bodies as bendy as theirs filled with such electric personality.