My practice incorporates photography and installation to examine place and time. I am interested in how these artistic fields can generate works that explore the social and architectural identity of towns and cities. My works exist predominantly in public space, but I also undertake works and installations in gallery spaces. I take photographs of architecture and then place them back into communities via a range of methods; I most frequently work with digital prints and projections. I am currently researching Pacific Rim architecture. My investigations look at the similarities and differences in domestic dwellings across countries of the Pacific Rim. I am interested to see how geography and social context influences and informs local architecture. I have recently undertaken research in America, New Zealand and Australia. With upcoming works planned for Asia. I hold postgraduate degrees from RMIT and Monash University and have experience working internationally including artist residencies in the United States and Austria and works at the Museum of London and the Christchurch Centre for Contemporary Art. I have upcoming public art and exhibitions planned across Australia. I am originally from the Christchurch in the South Island of New Zealand and I currently live and work as an artist in Melbourne Australia with my wife Philippa and my dog Louie

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