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2018 October ~ Seawalls Gisborne


New Macrocarpa boards for PaperRain


2018 October ~ Uawa Tolaga Bay


2018 June ~ Wellington


2018 May ~ Small Victories with Otis Chamberlain, Holly Rocc, Larissa McMillan and Leser (Poland)


2018 April ~ Junglefever Auckland



2018 February ~ Massey University Gymn


2018 January ~ Palmerston North with Swiftmantis


2018 January ~ Masterton


2017 December ~ Giclee print framed in waxed oak ~ 30cm x30cm ~ Prints framed or unframed available ~ email for details


Rā Maumahara ⚔️ Saturday was New Zealand’s first official day of remembrance - Rā Maumahara - as a day dedicated to remembering the New Zealand wars. This work is my own representation of the bloody battle Haowhenua (named after the Pa site) that occurred in 1834 right here at this exact place. Haowhenua was fought between local and newly displaced migrating iwi’s from around the North Island - Ngati Raukawa, multiple iwi from Taranaki (Ngati Tama, Ngati Haupoto hapu and Ngati Ruanui to name a few) as well as members from Waikato iwi coming to help fight. Fighting was fierce and many died. An uneasy and short truce was signed between Te Ati Awa and Ngati Ruakawa but in 1839 another battle broke out further down the Kapiti coast. October 28th was the date chosen for Rā Maumahara as this coincides with the date of the Declaration of Independence signed in 1835. The exact middle of the piece is where the two sides collided in battle and each side is the opposing groups battling each other. The colours representing blood, flesh bone, muskets and various weapons used in fighting.


2017 September ~ Collage and construction of found elements


2017 September ~ Rural life


2017 ~ Wellington Electricity


2017 July ~ The Courtyard Reading Cinemas Wellington


2017 May ~ Collaboration with Paper Rain Projects


2017 April ~ Collaboration with Cisco Skateboards Brasil


2017 March ~ Cambodian Childrens Fund ~ Phom Penh Cambodia


2017 March ~ Boon Arts Festival Hamilton


2016 December ~ Colour Theory


2016 June ~ Dunedin International Airport


2016 April ~ Curitiba Brasil


2015 October ~ Waimate High School


2015 August ~ Wellington ~ for One Percent Collective



2015 January ~ Wellington Tuatara


2014 December ~ Dunedin


2014 October ~ Dunedin Street Art Festival