While studying at Griffith University, Queensland College of Arts specialised in classes with:  Painting, Printmaking, Photography, Film, Life Drawing, Animation/Concept Art



-   Museum Of Brisbane (MoB), City In The Sun exhibition, the self-portrait I painted during my artist residency is now on public display within the museum

-    SBS Voices, NAIDOC week, commissioned to design 6 individual illustrations in response to the written stories submitted for the online event

-    Museum  Of Brisbane (MoB), RMXTV, 7th - 30th May, I was a participant in a three week long public performance art piece where each individual artist got a full day to paint and draw on a large purpose-built wall within the museum while being guided by a series of prompts delivered via a big screen tv, this project was focused around artists exploring the creative potential of chaos and chance

-    Brisbane Street Art Festival, May 1st - 16th, painted a temporary mural in the middle of Queen Street Mall, was a portrait of Anisa Nandaula

-    Brisbane Street Art Festival, commissioned to design an illustration for the t-shirt and merch, the shirts were worn by all participants and volunteers during the festival

-    Brisbane Street Art Festival, Within these Walls, group exhibition featuring prominent national street artists and emerging local artists, 1st - 16th May, had several pieces on display

-    BMW, designed an illustrative car wrap for the M4 model, in collaboration with the Brisbane Street Art Festival, alongside established street artist Sofles (who had also designed a wrap for the M3 car model)

-    ARTY PARTY x Tori-Jay Mordey, an interactive portrait workshop I taught during the Brisbane Street Art Festival in collaboration with Savanah (Spicy Yang)

-   Painted a mural at The Brisbane Powerhouse, featured at the entrance above the Box office


-   Exhibition at BAD OLIVE x BAD BITCHES, 3rd year running, fashion music and art show, had several pieces on display, 12th December

-   Artist Residency at The Museum Of Brisbane (MoB), commissioned to: produce a mural, two art pieces (which the museum now own), and teach portrait workshops during and after the residency, September - December

-   Artist Residency at SUPERORDINARY, 62 Mary Street, Brisbane city

-   Painted a mural in Albert Street Brisbane, "Cat Gal vs Bat Gal", painted in coloration with Cross River Rail and the Brisbane Street Art Festival

-   Painted large 15 metre mural at 80 Ann St, "Mum can we go to the markets", painted in coloration with Mirvac and Brisbane Street Art Festival, along side Gus Eagleton, Ash Taylor and Joel Fergie (The Zookeeper)


-    SUPERORDINARY Live-steam, painted a mural within the building as part of an online event which featured established and upcoming artist, each painting an individual mural on every level of the building (May 16th – May 17th)

-   Brisbane Powerhouse "Don't you forget about me", commissioned to Illustrate for Backbone
Brisbane (alongside four other artists), artwork publicly
displayed on the Brisbane Powerhouse billboards

-    The Institute of Modern Art (IMA), Making Art Work project, commissioned to create the featured illustration for the project, it also got published in the Saturday Papers (June 27th - July 3rd, No. 307, page 23)

-   Museum of Brisbane (MoB), created digital tutorial videos of myself teaching my previous Painting Portraits Workshop (2019)

-   The Emerging Writers Festival 2020, Melbourne, commissioned as featured artist, illustrations used for the main poster and advertisement, June 16th - 23rd

-   The Emerging Writers Festival 2020, illustration published on full page spread in The Sunday Age - Melbourne Inside Out (June 14th, page 6)

-   Sessional Tutor at Griffith University Queensland College of Arts (QCA), teaching a first year Design class, February - May


-   Public mural painted inside Toombul Shopping Centre, Upstairs

-    BAM - Brisbane Art Matriarchs, Women’s Work, outdoor exhibition, artwork projected onto the William Jolly Bridge, Brisbane

-    Queensland Health, worked on an animation about  Indigenous health for the Queensland Health workshops they teach, was the head illustrator, concept and storyboard artist for the project

-   The Museum of Brisbane (MoB), taught an Illustration workshop and a Painting Portraits workshop, both involved teaching kids and adults

-    CURIOCITY, Brisbane Powerhouse, commissioned to illustrate several poster designs that correlate with featured sculptures for the event, they were publicly displayed alongside the sculptures within the city, the illustrations were also developed into a app that would animate the illustrations when holding your phone camera to it

-   Shadowgram, CURIOCITY, Queensland State Library, commissioned by Art Thinking to paint public mural as part of the CURIOCITY event run by The Brisbane Powerhouse

-   Stand Up For The Future, Biography of inspirational young Australian’s published by Penguin Random House Australia, chosen to Illustrate Mikayla Adam’s portrait

-   Emerging Writers Festival 2019, Amazing Babes, Melbourne, illustrated a series of vibrant portraits of women for the feature banner and poster for the event, June 19th - 29th

-   Emerging Writers Festival 2019, Future Truths, submitted art for online exhibition, June 19th - 27th

-   Brisbane Street Art Festival, Within these Walls, group exhibition featuring prominent national and international street artists and emerging local artists, May 4th - 19th


-    Shout Out To The Girls, Biography of influential Australian women, published by Penguin Random House Australia, chosen to Illustrate Cathy Freeman’s portrait

-    Tres Salsa Mexican Cantina, Hervey Bay, commissioned to design and paint mural outside and inside the restaurant 

-     Tres Salsa Mexican Cantina, Hervey Bay, worked as a waitress, gained 3 months of work experience before moving back to Brisbane

-    RETURNED, first solo art exhibition featuring 40 intricate hand painted portraits, exhibited at The Culprit Club, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, June 22nd - 24th

-    Artforce Awards - Brisbane City Council, "Overall winner" prize won for Urban Smart Projects - public Traffic box mural “Tagai” at Charlotte Street Brisbane (2016) 

-    Brisbane Street Art Festival, featured Indigenous artist for live group mural painting in Southbank alongside Shani Finch and Julia Townsend

-    In The City I See, published children’s early learning book, chosen to illustrate entire book as part of a Young Arts series published by Magabala Books


-    Gallery Assistant, Institute of Modern Art, Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, helper in installing Ryan Presley’s charcoal mural for the Goldin+Senneby: Standard Length of a Miracle (Bootleg) exhibition 

-    William Cooper Justice Centre, Judicial College of Victoria, commissioned to illustrate seasonal greeting cards, NAIDOC themed “Because of her we can”

-    Maiwar Vibrant Lane Way Project, several artworks publicly displayed in lightboxes in Brisbane CBD - King George Square, Australia

-    SBS, Fiona Foley, K’Gari interactive website about Fraser Island, head illustrator, concept and storyboard artist on the project
Became a finalist in the UNAA Media awards and two prestigious web design awards, the Awwwards and the FWA. Showcased at the International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam (IDFA).

-   No Such Luck, group exhibition alongside prominent Australian street artists at The Culprit Club, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia, October Friday 13th

-    Meridan State College, Resident Artist (July 21-23), art workshop with Indigenous Students, and art students from Year 7, 9 and 10

-    Urban Smart Projects - Public Power box mural on Belmont Road, Tingalpa Brisbane, Candy Kids


-    Graduated from Griffith University Queensland College of Art, South Bank Brisbane, with a Bachelor Degree in Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art

-   Griffith University Queensland College of Art, graduation exhibition, winner of Oxlades Art Essentials award for experimentation, materiality and integrity of resolution

-    Urban Smart Projects - Public Traffic signal box mural in Charlotte Street Brisbane, Tagai

-    Charity Art Exhibition - 50 Hours Print, QCA - Griffith University South Bank, In aide of Disability Art Workshop

-    Printmaking Exhibition - si NEK de kee at QCA - Griffith University South Bank

-    Contemporary Indigenous Art Exhibition - Kultcha at Jugglers Art Space, Fortitude valley, Brisbane


-    The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), commissioned by Richard Bell to illustrate colouring- in pages for APT8 Kids project handbook

-    Art from the Margins, Indigenous Art Exhibition at St Andrews Hospital



-    Bakir and Bi (2013), featured at the White Raven International Children’s

Book Library in Germany (chosen to be translated into different languages and having the option of being purchased for schools around the world)

-    G20 ‘BRISBANE’ Art Sculpture, head designer for the letter S, participated in painting it with students from the Contemporary Australian Indigenous Arts course, it now remains as a well-known Tourist landmark in South Bank, Brisbane, Australia

-    Clancestry Celebration, Multi Cultural Community Event at South Bank Brisbane, helped in teaching a Torres Strait weaving workshop


-    Featured on the front page of Autumn’s What’s on at the Queensland State Library booklet for Bakir and Bi story book

-    Deadly Awards Nominee for Bakir and Bi, Sydney, Opera House

-    Community Indigenous Mural project at West End, Brisbane, head designer for the project and participated in painting it with first year students from the Bachelor of Contemporary Indigenous Arts

-    First Year at Griffith University Queensland College of Art, South Bank Brisbane, studying Contemporary Australian Indigenous Art


-    Winners of Black&write QSL- National Kuril Dhagun Indigenous Writing Fellowship Competition for Bakir and Bi, written by Jillian Boyd, Torres Strait children storybook

-    Recipient of Creative Generation Excellence Award in Visual Art

-    Recipient of Creative Generation Young Artist Award in Drama presented by the Education Minister John-Paul Langbroek

-    Recipient of Greg Stout Cultural Award, certificate of distinction for undeniable passion for Arts, Urangan State High School, Hervey Bay

-    Recipient of Indigenous Student Encouragement Award, Involvement distinction award, Urangan State High School, Hervey Bay

-   Graduated from Urangan State High School, year 12, Hervey Bay

-    Selected by Maryborough Regional Arts Council to display my artworks at the Film Awards Night for Students (FANS) at Brolga Theatre


-    Urangan State High School Art Exhibition – won 2011 Senior Art award 2011 and Junior Art award in 2010  

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