To start off with, I wanted to say that this a more personal post for me. I love sharing my advice on styling and historical influences related to my artwork, but I haven’t before chatted about something quite so vulnerable. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized this was very much a part of my artistic process, and I wanted to share it.Read More
By the time I had started in the direction that would become Photo.Synthesis, I felt very excited and confident about where I was going. But the ultimate compliment and validation arrived via an email with art world movers and shakers, Saatchi Art, who requested exclusive rights to the entire series!Read More
Art is both referential and a reference. Like many artists, I take inspiration from the legacy of Art History and my latest series, Photo.Synthesis was no exception.Read More
My house is my canvas, my studio, my creative inspiration and of course, my family’s beloved home! If you’ve been tuning into my Instagram channel, you know that we have just undertaken quite the massive renovation of our century-old Riverside home. For a renovation like this, we’ll be out of our place for almost a year. So it felt really important to turn our temporary space into a home as well. Here are my tips for making your rental space your own.Read More
A rug often ties a room together, reinforces a colour story or provides some much needed texture. I’ve been excited to work with Mellah Rugs to depict some rug styling tricks for you!Read More
Pantone may have declared 2018 the year of Ultraviolet, but I’m going another way. We’ve seen beauty brand Glossier do wonders for it. And Sketch in London hosts the most irreverent traditional British tea in the shade too. ‘Millennial Pink’ had it’s moment, but as far as I’m concerned, a demographic cannot co-opt a colour!Read More
An 'Interior Environmentalist' child's bedroom makeover. Tips for redecorating your growing child's space.Read More
My passion for bringing the outside in is well documented. I fancy myself an Interior Environmentalist. From up-cycling interior design to decorating with plants, my home and my artwork have recurring green themes.Read More
Guys, we made it! It’s well and truly spring. Perhaps some of you are diligent spring cleaners while others are simply spring ‘sprucer-uppers’. A great way to refresh your living space and reimagine stale corners of your home is to introduce a new art piece!Read More
If you dress from head to toe, would it be fair to say I love conceptualizing design from the toes on up? Some of the most impactful and colourful design choices are under your feet. From rugs to tiles, your floor is a great way to pull a room together or even inject some worldliness or playfulness (pick your inspiration!).Read More
Today’s blog post is devoted to an extremely talented fellow photographer whose work it’s been a pleasure to follow. Alma Haser is the German-born, London-residing artist whose portraiture transcends standard depictions of what portraiture can be.Read More
I'm thrilled to announce my art is now part of the Sugarlift community!
Based out of Manhattan, New York, Sugarlift's mission is to create a platform to support and make sustainable the careers of today’s best young artists and to make it simple for new art collectors to find art that they love!
It’s not just my Antipodean roots that lead me to rave up Architectural Digest’s recent article about new design trends emerging from Australia. Several of these tips really resonated with the stylist, artist and Interior Environmentalist in me.Read More
As the snow begins to come down in earnest, there are many reasons to fantasize about teleporting to Florida. But temperature aside, one of the best reasons to be in Miami in December is Art Basel and the myriad of art fairs and events that occur over the long weekend.Read More
Green and white and all things bright! How fun is Christmas decorating? It's a time to immerse oneself in the festive mood, and for this interior environmentalist an excuse to bring even more greenery indoors!Read More
With each changing season I do a little side project for my favourite local shop, Good Neighbour. It's a chance for me to stretch my creative muscles in another direction. With winter knocking at the door I wanted to create something that felt warm, cosy and inviting and that would compliment their ethos and beautiful interior aesthetic ... oh, and not be too Christmassy cliché.Read More
Today I bring you another PARTS gallery co-exhibitor's fabulous art. The multi layered work of Laura Ortiz Vega.
I'm a huge fan of graffiti / street art and Laura amplifies it to anther level, with depth and cultural cues from observations within her homeland of Mexico.Read More
With my first group show in Toronto at Parts Gallery in full swing, I thought it would be great to introduce you to, over the next few weeks, to a couple of artist whom I'm exhibiting with and whose art I love and adore!Read More
This summer as I was working on my latest series, 'Blurred Lines', I drew inspiration from a number of places. Social media, psychology texts, Victorian floriography… Another significant inspiration was the work of artist Yves Klein, which culminated in ‘Blurred Lines III’.Read More