Pirate TV at Secret Sermon 2

Code, Installation

As part of Linden Scholes' Ep launch Secret Sermon 2, I installed 4 analogue televisions which picked up a single I was broadcasting nearby.

The imagery on the broadcast was Google Streetview imagery which was streamed to my laptop, turned into hyperlapse footage and spliced into a kaliedescopic sceneic drive of Tasmanias roads.

The first appearance of a new analogue outlet, Pirate TV. Coming to a street near you - stay tuned!

Mumbling masks

Paint, Street

Paintings of mumbling masks on the streets of Hobart and further afield. Would love to paint more of these - contact me if you want one on your building!

oblitus loco natura - iv

Paint, Street

Analogue focus


Took a WIP analogue TV installation along to the Bring Your Beamer @ MAC and met a whole bunch of awesome projection makers. Thanks Jason James and co for organising!


The first mumble

Paint, Comission

The first time I really thought about how these masks mumble to eachother. Inspired in part by Picassos "Guernica". You can see this wall on the Brooker Highway, Hobart near the BP servo.

Brisbane lane, Hobart

Paint, Comission

I'd really like to do something like this on an entire public space - ground, walls, infrastructure, roof etc. Got somewhere? Send me a message!

QBank Gallery for The Unconformity

Paint, Studio, Street

Went up to Queenstown for QBank Gallery to paint some walls for their mural tour at The Unconformity and put a couple of canvas' in their group show.

QBank are doing awesome work up there, make sure you drop by their gallery if you're ever passing through.

oblitus loco natura - iii

Paint, Street

AdArt permission wall

Paint, Street

Painted this wall outside AdArt in North Hobart. Calandra (calandrakidd.com) did the other side :D - thanks for the support AdArt!

Generative textures

Street, Code

Riding on a river of burning hay 🔥

Street, Code

Van for @painthisvan

Paint, Street

Met up with a legend in Bicheno and painted for his @painthisvan project - with dolphins in the background!

Vibrance 2018

Paint, Design, Co-Director

Vibrance came to Hobart for a second year in 2018 this time taking over Bidencopes lane for 7 days of painting and partying. We employed 27 artists to paint over 600 sqaure meters of wall and had music from 25 bands fill the laneway with music over the weekend.

The festival was directed by Rory Dick and myself with Freya van de Vusse taking on the volunteers and Josh Andree running our bars. We could not have done this without the support of our volunteers, sponsors and Hobart City.

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Street pieces from Hobart and beyond

Paint, Street

I've been stepping up my efforts in 2017 to paint at least 1 wall every week. If you have a wall that needs a lick of paint - get in touch and lets have a chat!

Commission for Alabama Hotel

Paint, Studio

Had the chance to paint a canvas for the best art hotel in town The Alabama ♥

Generative textures

Street, Code

oblitus loco natura - ii

Street, Paint

A new species lurks in the drains, tunnels and disused spaces of our landscape.

I've caught a few photos and had a few interactions. But for the most part they are a mystery.

Curious creatures at Rock It

Paint, Commission

As part of a group of 6 artists I produced 2 pieces at Rock It climbing center in Hobart. The project was organised by Vibrance.

Vibrance Festival

Paint, Design, Director

March 2017 was the year Vibrance Festival came to Hobart. A 48 hour street art and culture festival was organised in Hobarts CBD. The main festival site was on Bathurst Street in an empty parking lot and there were 3 other sattelite walls painted elsewhere in the CBD.

The main site was home to a 200 square meter wall as well as live music, art installations, street skating performances, food trucks, bars and chill out spaces. The artists painted whilst punters enjoyed food and drink late into the night.

Vibrance was organised by Sid Davies (Food & Beverages manager), Rory Dick (Site Manafer), Freya van de Vusse (Volunteers Co-ordinator) and myself (Festival Director). Over 330 hours of volunteer time went into this project as well as support from our various partners and sponsors.

The festival - which saw ~1200 people over the whole weekend - was herralded as a great success by our partners, the community and media. We've started planning for 2018. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates.

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The Holobiant at Faux Mo

Installation, Code

The Holobiant lures wanderers into a forest of beams that dance and skip as they move amongst them.

Using 2 kinects in the roof, a custom built grid of LED lights, some arduinos and many late nights Triggernometry created an interactive play space for Faux Mo.

This installation was completed in collaboration with Matt Daniels, Jamin and Cary Littleford as Triggernometry for Faux Mo/Mona Foma 2017.


Moments of Chance

Studio, Code

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Moments of Chance presents algorithmically generated images of complex beauty.

Each moment in the life of the work is unique, created using colors sampled from a database of 60,000 artworks chosen and placed at random. Blink and it is lost forever.

The exhibition presents both moving images on screen - you can see this by visiting the artwork link above - and digital prints of chosen frames.

Moments of Chance opened on July 13th at The Gentle Void.

View pictures from the opening

Generative textures

Street, Code

oblitus loco natura

Street, Paint

A new species lurks in the drains, tunnels and disused spaces of our landscape.

I've caught a few photos and had a few interactions. But for the most part they are a mystery.

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Graf Nailz @ #nextnextshow

Paint, Beer, Installation

Get that cool Graf Kid look - without the risk!


Landscape tax

Studio, Code

A series of generitive landscape pictures based on the 10 most expensive paintings in the world.

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Nepal paintings

Street, Paint

The most challanging conversations I've had about my artwork were with the bystanders to these paintings. They were not satisfied with my non challant answers about the figures being just whimsical shapes.

So now they are - amongst other things - bannana spirits.

Faux Mo Installation

Studio, Code, Beer

Interactive sound installation collaboration with Pip Stafford & Andrew Harper.


Here Be Dragons

Installation, Code

I think I know things about the world because I read a lot and win Trivia Crack regularly. That I am an expert because we went to India that one time.

But my judgements are false and my vehement opinions often warrantless.

One day on the couch at my parents house I realised this. And then I made this.

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Muscle Masks

Street, Ink


Defendant 5 - On set Photographer


Defendant 5 is a film about a local film makers fight against Gunns.

I was onset as a photographer documenting the shoot for print and online collateral.


Code, Beer

Trapezium is a way to read the news that only lets you choose your news based on the senitment of the article.

It was made as part of a 48 hour hackathon by Dom Whittle, Matt McKellar-Spence, Josh Gillies and myself. There was a lot of beer.

Art Battles

Paint, Beer

Stu-Dawg organised a rad "Art Battle" at Jimmys Skate & Street. We painted some pretty inappropriate things. It was hilarious.

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Vinyl Revival


A group show at Jimmys Skate & Street where all artists painted on records.


Little Lamb - On set Photographer


Little Lamb is a 22 minute gothic thriller shot in Tasmania about the plight of a female convict.

I was onset as a photographer documenting the shoot for print and online collateral.


Grow Up

Paint, Photography, Beer, Studio

Grow Up was a collaboritive show between Martin Nester and myself. The show was about our years together as teenagers and took place on my 20th birthday.

The main piece of the show was a corner that was turned into an installation that represented our bedrooms.

Beer, Art, Film

Paint, Photography, Beer, Street

Located at Preachers BAF was 2 days full of paint on t-shirts, records, old spray cans and of course the main wall.

In the evening we showed a series of short films from Tasmanian film makers. A number of the artists involved also hung work inside.


Alphabetrix rises

Paint, Photography, Beer, Street

Alphabetrix was a collective of Tassie street artists that banded together to paint big walls and put on awesome events.

Pre 2010

Vinyl Vandals 1 & 2

Paint, Beer, Studio