Devil’s Icosahedron & Artist Educational Video

    { Watch Artist Educational Video } Devil's Icosahedron and Artist Educational Video together form my major in Visual Art for the Higher School Certificate of 2016. This collection of works was exhibited in the Broughton Anglican College main hall on the 18th of August, 2016. The sculpture currently resides at the establishment. Devil's... Continue Reading →


Autism Educational Video

{ Watch } Autism Educational Video was one of my two Visual Arts majors for Year 11 at Broughton Anglican College. It aims to present my humorous mental and emotional stance on Autism Spectrum Disorder in the form of videography. Each video clip addresses a stereotype of autism. Andrew Huang's song Meatier was chosen to... Continue Reading →

Devil’s Dodecahedron

Charcoal and texta on canvas, 61x30.5cm. Devil's Dodecahedron is a completely original work and my major in Year 11 Visual Arts. It would later become the basis for Devil's Icosahedron & Artist Educational Video. The front of the object in the centre of the picture has a power-point etched into it.


Crayon on canvas, 25.5x30.25cm. Self-portrait was inspired by Mark Rothko's work. This "horizontal drawing" is very literal, with each colour resembling a particular object. The blue in the picture is the sky, the yellow my hair, the colour underneath is my skin, the thin bar a stand-in for my eyes, the orange my favourite colour,... Continue Reading →

The 2014 Collection

  The 2014 Collection is a re-creation of The 2011 Collection in that it uses roughly the same practice, but instead on A5 paper. All of the artworks are titled, yet the exact dates of their creation are uncertain, though they were all made in the period of late July to early September.  

A Grievous Fault

Acrylic and permanent marker on Stonehenge paper. 34.5 x 36.5cm. Date of creation uncertain, based upon William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.

The 2011 Collection

The 2011 Collection consists of four A3 sketches done with a mixture of coloured and lead pencil, black pen and texta. They were created at unknown times during my first year in high school Visual Arts. None of the artworks were named, though for archiving purposes, the titles Bottle, Fruit, Log and Turret have been... Continue Reading →

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