In my past lives I have been a sculptor and a ceramicist, and for some years I have been painting.
Now I am immersed in the challenges of digital art, particularly digital sculpting to reconstruct fossils.
It is the fusion of science and art that I find so compelling and utterly addictive!
I am fortunate to be able to go on fossil digs twice a year with the South Australian Museum, and have met the most amazing people.
Working from real life and photos and academic papers , consulting and collaborating with palaeontologists from around the world, I reconstruct and bring to life some of the most interesting and enigmatic creatures from the past.
I use Zbrush and Photoshop as well as traditional mediums, like pen and paint.
Art, literature, science, the natural world, inspiration is everywhere,
from the wing of a insect to the 510 million year old impression of a Cambrian trilobite.
All images are subject to artists copyright but can be licensed for a fee.
I love the challenge of new projects and working with palaeontologists all around the world.
If you have a project that I can help bring to life, please contact me.
I am currently working on a large commission so keep an eye out for new images.