Now Showing:- 
Thrilled to have opened the mad mad world of Wonderland with my amazing collaborators at ACMI in Melbourne.  So many committed people brought this journey through the history of special effects in film through the frame "Alice In Wonderland" to life and now thousands of people can come and enjoy.  It on as part of the the Melbourne Winter Masterpieces until October, 2018.

Certia Anak with Polyglot Theatre and Paper Moon Puppet Theatre is heading back to where it all began.  Working with our friends at Art Yogya we are happy to be presenting this immersive theatre work for children and adults at Yogyakarta Art Space from the 27th to 29th of April.

The last ghost project, for a little while at least is now open at Shoalhaven Gallery and will continue to haunt until the 10thof May.  It is a project which would not have been possible without the amazing support of Bundanon Trust, the Gallery and the generosity of the community in Nowra who shared their stories.   More information at The Association of Optimism.

Meanwhile The Nightingale and the Rose. Made for ACMI, Melbourne continues its  extensive tour through regional Australia.

Just closed:-

Museum of Love and Protest, as part of the the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras was an honor to design.  And huge thanks go to the whole community who supported, attended, talked about and celebrated the exhibition.

Coming soon:-

Thrilled that I am back with Bell Shakespeare to design the staging and costumes for Julius Caesar for a national tour.

And as happy, following the enormous success of 'Blood, Attract and Repel at" Science Gallery Melbourne. in 2017 to be starting the concept and design process for their forthcoming exhibition Perfection.

Cover image: Snapped at the opening of Love and Protest, costume by Brenton Heath Carr, loving remade by the Mardi Gra workshop.