Trails – A Multi Arts Storytelling project


A big thank you to the wonderful  community of Nebo in Central Queensland and the Trails cast and crew for making this brilliant project possible. The final performance was the result of a six month leadership project for young adults with disabilities and mental health issues. The resulting multi arts storytelling performance celebrated life on the land in the rural region of Nebo. Through large scale projections, theater performance, puppetry and original soundtrack the stories and memories of the elderly farming community were brought to life. The background projection with original soundtrack can be viewed at


Floating Land Exhibition


Thank you Noosa Regional Gallery for the wonderful installation (and photos) of  my Noosa Biosphere Artist in Residency Project. The residency was a component of the 2015 Floating Land Exhibition and involved working with grade 4 and 5 students at St Andrews Anglican College.


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Woven Wedding Arch


I have just had a fantastic week in the rainforest weaving a wedding arch for  some of my lovely young friends , such a beautiful thing to be asked to do! Our Yurt had an outing too which added to the atmosphere..

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Meeting Place Community Art Work


Very Exciting to finally have this work installed. Well done to all the community members who created the beautiful prints that have been etched into the surface of the work and to print making work shop facilitators – Rosemary Payne; Lesley Kane; Bridgette Zimmerman and May Britt- Mosshammer.  True community Project!!


Noosa Biosphere Artist in Residence


Have just finished a great residency at St Andrews College on the Sunshine Coast. It was a Noosa Biosphere residency and involved nearly 70 year 4 students helping to create a large scale living bamboo tunnel and lots of great ephemeral art pieces .

Photos of the project will be displayed in the Noosa Regional gallery as part of this years ‘Floating Land’ exhibition


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