About the Artist
I have the best job in the world. I draw things. I’ve drawn things all my life, and now companies pay me to do so for all sorts of interesting projects. Character art is my speciality, though I can create a broad range of subject matter in a wide range of styles.
Originally specialising in animation before I switched to illustration, I’ve worked with Walt Disney Animation Australia, Cutting Edge VFX and Liquid Animation. My film and TV credits include The Lion King 3, The Three Musketeers, George of the Jungle 2 and animated series The Proud Family – along with TV ads, web shorts, explainer animations and illustrations for clients including Dan Murphy’s, Kelloggs, Streets, TasNetworks, National Pies, the Tasmanian Electoral Commission, Hobart City Council, LinuxConf, ad agency Red Jelly, and games studio 3rd Sense.
My art has appeared in the form of toys and novelties, textbook illustrations, product packaging, comics, poker machine games, educational computer games, tabletop roleplaying games, theatre posters, fantasy novel covers and more. Most recently I created, wrote and illustrated the kids’ trail map for the Tempest exhibition at the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, and have been working as the Art Director for Jellybean Games, developing and illustrating tabletop card games.
Basically, if I’m not creating awesome pictures for people, I’m either running tabletop games or mouthing off on Twitter. Save me from myself (and the rest of the world from my tweets) and email me so I can help you make your business stand out instead.