I grew up in Dunedin, and always had an interest in art. I tried different mediums throughout my schooling and teenage years, and continued to explore different methods of drawing and painting. I moved to Tasmania in early 2000s and purchased a 20-acre block in 2002. The next 15 years I spent building my own house, landscaping, and making sculptures from recycled mild steel. I created my sculptures with a combination of salvaged material (farm sales, bush fires, etc.) and newly purchased steel. With a passion for rusted, cold formed art, I have created unique pieces to enhance native bush and landscape gardens. These hand-cut pieces have been sold for both public and private collections throughout Australia and New Zealand. Since returning to New Zealand in 2017, I am excited for the opportunity to continue creating new and unique pieces to add to gardens and landscapes for people to enjoy.
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