I am an Australian visual artist + designer with a multidisciplinary studio based in Walyalup. My body of work is dynamic, instinctive and reflective of a love of rich bold colours, movement and influences from mother nature. Combining an inherent love of storytelling and capturing art through the lens.
Please browse online my curated art prints for Interiors, ethical African bags + interior products // Please get in touch to see more series of works, or to commission a one of a kind artwork, textile design, photography or hire me for User generated Content for your brand!
Product Design Collaboration with Electric Confetti
My work has been seen at New York Fashion Week, worn by artist Rihanna, been featured in numerous home and design magazines, can be seen adorn an apartment in Prahran, and sold at the NGV design store and the Museum of Contemporary Art. I have also been a guest speaker at the Melbourne Museum as part of Virgin Australia Fashion Festival.
Storytelling through photography
Photography and visual art from portraiture, family, product or fashion photography, exploring your vision and collaborating to achieve this. Recently Awarded in the Australasias Emerging Photography Awards and Mono Awards for her photography, and her series Behind the Windows, also part of Ballarat Foto Mass Isolation project. I bring with me an experienced and inquisitive design eye, attention to detail, colour, shape and composition, and empathetic view point to reach the emotion within an audience. Please email for more information, I would love to collaborate and discuss your photographic or visual arts projects and work on a personalised service.
Ethically made & Socially Responsible
The AAKS Luxury bags I sell are more than a beautiful product they create and ignite sustainable jobs within Africa. Handcrafted in Ghana, AAKS creates bags in styles that are characterised by bright exuberant colours.
Shop consciously, knowing your purchases are not harming our environment, and your support will go towards these communities and their employment in keeping traditional weaving techniques alive! Celebrated worldwide!