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Masterton ~ Te Waonui a Tāne This is the largest of 4 sections painted in Masterton for the Kokomai Festival. The last section I planned to freestyle until I met Maxine Hemi author of Ngārara Haurau. A children’s book that tells the story of a Taniwha (Ngārara Haurau) who escaped from his cave in Waimarama and began a path of total destruction all the way down to the Wairarapa where he was eventually trapped, beheaded and defeated. His body that was left to lay became the Tararua mountains. So in the last section I paid homage to the legend by including elements from the story and of course the Taniwha hiding in his cave… As I was finishing the mural one of the elders from the Hurunui-o-Rangi Marae stopped by and said he’d bless the wall since he was in town and also named the wall Te Waonui a Tāne. Tāne is the forest god who separated earth and sky and let light into the world. Making all these organic unplanned connections at the wall was humbling and super inspiring. Thanks Masterton and especially Jo Beetham


2017 October ~ Masterton


2017 ~ Wellington Electricity


2017 July ~ The Courtyard Reading Cinemas Wellington


2017 April ~ Collaboration with Cisco Skateboards Brasil


2017 March ~ Cambodian Childrens Fund ~ Phom Penh Cambodia


2017 March ~ Commission for a close family member


2016 November ~ Aro Valley Community Centre Mural


2016 June ~ Dunedin International Airport


2016 February ~ Commission Skateboard


2015 October ~ Waimate High School


2015 August ~ Wellington ~ for One Percent Collective


2015 June ~ Accommodation trade at Rooms@Krabi Thailand


2015 April ~ Lower Hutt ~ ANZAC



2015 January ~ Wellington Tuatara