From The Big Issue Australia, April 2014.

From The Big Issue Australia, April 2014.

From The Age, 22nd April 2014.This was actually a non-joke reaction made after a real film (‘Kick Ass’ - recorded off the telly. Fell asleep 3/4 way through, must admit). Anyone else have any films they think are better in one sentence synopsis?

From The Age, 22nd April 2014.

This was actually a non-joke reaction made after a real film (‘Kick Ass’ - recorded off the telly. Fell asleep 3/4 way through, must admit). Anyone else have any films they think are better in one sentence synopsis?

From The Sunday Age, 20th April 2014.

From The Sunday Age, 20th April 2014.

From The Age, 17th April 2014.Hope you all had a good Easter.

From The Age, 17th April 2014.

Hope you all had a good Easter.

From The Big Issue Australia, March 2014.

From The Big Issue Australia, March 2014.

From The Age, 10th April 2014.This was inspired by two suits who managed to clear the whole back half of my regular morning cafe with their loud Gordon-Geckoing a couple of weeks ago. I stubbornly held my stool for ten minutes or so, but eventually had to move away too. Opening dialogue when Suit A sat down with Suit B was “Maaate! [opens laptop] Let’s make some money!” I jotted this idea down before evacuating the area, so their conversation made ME some money, too. But I dare say less than either of them…

From The Age, 10th April 2014.

This was inspired by two suits who managed to clear the whole back half of my regular morning cafe with their loud Gordon-Geckoing a couple of weeks ago. I stubbornly held my stool for ten minutes or so, but eventually had to move away too. Opening dialogue when Suit A sat down with Suit B was “Maaate! [opens laptop] Let’s make some money!” I jotted this idea down before evacuating the area, so their conversation made ME some money, too. But I dare say less than either of them…

From The Sunday Age, 13th April 2013.I’m fascinated with the language of spin. Cold jargon-heavy language that is used all around us - advertising and politics particularly - to sell and smooth over the bumps of an idea, a situation, a proposal. A decent chunk of my work uses/satirises this language, which is so much a part of our world, and I had dry fun playing with it here…

From The Sunday Age, 13th April 2013.

I’m fascinated with the language of spin. Cold jargon-heavy language that is used all around us - advertising and politics particularly - to sell and smooth over the bumps of an idea, a situation, a proposal. A decent chunk of my work uses/satirises this language, which is so much a part of our world, and I had dry fun playing with it here…

From The Age, 3rd March 2014.

From The Age, 3rd March 2014.

From The Big Issue Australia, March 2014.

From The Big Issue Australia, March 2014.

From The Age, 1st April 2014.

From The Age, 1st April 2014.