Art credits

To see my portfolio, head here.

2017 – promotional artwork for CSFG Hand of Knaves kickstarter.

2017 – cover art for CSFG Publishing’s Hand Of Knaves.

2017 – interior artwork – map diagram – for Book 4 of Donna Maree Hanson’s Dragon Wine series – Bloodstorm.

2017 – interior artwork commission for Lackington’s Magazine Volume 15.

2017 – Artwork for Lackington’s 12 awarded the Ditmar Award for Best Artwork.

2017 – Noted Festival artwork – May 4, 2017.

2017 – website art commission for Noted Festival.

2017 – Artwork for Lackington’s 12 nominated for a Ditmar Award for Best Illustration.

2017 – commissioned to be Illustrator in Residence for the 2017 Noted Writers Festival in Canberra (to be held in May 2017).

2017 – commissioned by the Conflux committee to design the website header for Conflux 13. The artwork is here.

2016 – art commission by Lackington’s Magazine in Canada.

2016 – commissioned by the Conflux committee to design the promotional materials for Conflux 13. The artwork is here.

2015 – commissioned by the Conflux committee to design the header and convention book cover for Conflux 12. The artwork is here and here.

2015 – Shortlisted for Ditmar Award – Illustration category – for the cover of ‘The Never Never Land’.

2015 – Won the E.G. Harvey Award for Speculative Art at Conflux 2015.

2015 – Commissioned to redesign Pursuing Parallels website header.

2014/2015 – Designed cover and interior for Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine – Volume 61.

2014 – Art exhibition at Art Underground.

2014 – Shortlisted for Ditmar Award – Illustration category – for the cover of ‘Next’.

2014 – Commissioned to create the cover and interior art for the CSFG’s newest anthology: “The Never Never Land.”

2014 – Completed interior artwork for Cthulhu: Deep Down Under Horror Anthology. The image can be seen here.

2014 – Artwork and typesetting for “The Geebung Polo Club” – a 10-page comic adaptation of a “Banjo” Patterson poem adapted by Jason Fischer and edited by Mark Farrugia and due to be published in Midnight Echo Magazine in 2015. Sneak peek.

2014 – Cover art for “Undertow – A Gold Coast Anthology” edited by Helen Stubbs and Elizabeth Fitzgerald. The art is here.

2013 – Commissioned by Mitchell Akhurst to create concept art for the graphic novel series: Exhumana.

2013-2014 – commissioned by the Conflux committee to design the poster and convention book cover for Conflux 10. Cover is here.

2013 – sold a black-and-white illustration created for Natcon to Trudi Canavan. Why’s this here? Because Trudi Canavan liked my work enough to hang it in her house! (squee).

2013 – sold a print of a giant robot monkey to an amazing writer who will make a significant spec-fic mark in the next few years.

2013 – First prize in Conflux 9 art show (2D – Amateur Division).

2013 – contracted to design the national poster for Australian Science Week.

2013 – Cover art and external typesetting for the “In Fabula-divino” anthology edited by Nicole Murphy and published by Emergent Press (EP).

2013 – Cover art for the “Next” anthology edited by Simon Petrie and Rob Porteous and published by CSFG Publications.

2013 – Interior artwork for the “Next” anthology edited by Simon Petrie and Rob Porteous and published by CSFG Publications. Art appeared alongside Ian McHugh’s short story: “Vandiemensland” and Adam Browne’s short story: “Animal the Colour of Waiting.”

2012 – Winner of the Art Competition at Conflux 8.

2012 – Winner of Best Art, Open Category, in the 2012 “Write-a-book-in-a-day” Competition.

2012 – Interior artwork for “The Wanderers” by Ian McHugh.

2011 – Cover art for the “Winds of Change” anthology edited by Elizabeth Fitzgerald and published by CSFG Publications.

2011 – Interior artwork for the “Winds of Change” anthology edited by Elizabeth Fitzgerald and published by CSFG Publications. Art appeared alongside Carol Ryles’s short story: “Saint Olivia’s Light.”

2009 – Interior artwork for the “Masques” anthology edited by Gillian Polack and Scott Hopkins and published by CSFG Publications. Art appeared alongside Richard Harland’s short story: “The Widow’s Face.”

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