"I want a picture that people might see and go 'huh, well this is interesting.' Something that's wacky and crazy, and maybe .. maybe doesn't necessarily have anything to do with massage, but has characters that are like - 'yeah, you really need a massage"
MASSIVE Magazine Cover "The Environmental Issue"
In this cover illustration, I wanted to describe the burden of environmental issues placed upon millennials while, at the same time, acknowledging that we are working hard and moving forward with an idealistic future in mind.
A Very Zombie Valentine
A valentine's day card for all my loves, featuring captions such as "It was a pleasure to meat you," "You fill me" and "You're so cute I could eat you right up."
A Comedy Show With Good Comedians In It
The concept for this show came when the producer (Hugo Grrl: Winner of a Welly Award for Best Comedy Producer 2017) was having a conversation about local comedy with someone at a bar when he said "Are girl comedians even good?" She went on to create a bi-annual comedy show, featuring ONLY female comedians, titled "A Comedy Show With Good Comedians In It." It hasn't had an empty seat so far.
Terrible Hayfever: A self-portrait
I suffer from terrible hayfever.
An album cover for grind / noisecore band Umbilical Tentacle. In it, Umbilical Tentacle Kid is conceived, birthed and wonders the earth in an 80s-comic-book-anti-hero way, eventually finding their dad in the Umbilical Alien Realm. It's a concept album.
Eyegum Music Collective: Logo and Branding
Underground music collective Eyegum started in 2014 in an attempt to negate the poor treatment of musicians at bars and venues around Wellington, NZ. Renegade house parties were set up with security, a donation system and a crew of dedicated fans to make sure the party went off without a hitch. Since then Eyegum have started facilitating weekly gigs at San Francisco Bath House and hosted festivals around New Zealand.
A late-night kareoke competition, hosted by the incredible Hugo Grrrl.
High Jump Club Night
High Jump was the pet project of Wellington's greatest (according to them) techno band, Py-Yay-Yaa.