Set amongst the tall dark trees of the Dandenong Ranges forest, east of Melbourne, the studio is a sanctuary where all sense of time, place and self, cease to exist.
Studio time is often spent in the experimental process, exploring endless colour pallets and different material combinations. These investigations sometimes develop into smaller works on paper, which mostly include crayon, paint pens, collage and charcoal. Much consideration is given to these experiments, prior to committing to a large scale canvas, both in terms of colour choices and medium usage. The materials for these large scale works usually include acrylic and oil paint, spray paint and ink and oil stick. I prefer to work on un-stretched canvas and I work on several at a time .