The first stencil portrait to be selected for the Archibald prize, in 2012.
Bob Hawke 2013
Former Prime Minister and beer drinker Bob Hawke, this work is now hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.
Maggie Mckenna 2018
Finalist in the Salon de Refuse 2018
Ben Quilty 2017
Winner of the Holding Redlich Peoples choice award at the 2017 Salon de Refuses at the SH Ervin Gallery
Cate Mcgregor 2016
Uncle Jack 2014
Uncle Jack Charles
Nicholas Milton, Chatswood Concourse 2016
Part of the ANZ inspiring locals campaign, I was young and I needed the money OK, but he seriously an inspiring person to have the opportunity to paint.
Will Anderson 2015
Father Dave, Martin Place 2016
Part of the ANZ inspiring locals campaign, and yes, taking money from the big four, or any bank for that matter, is kind of gross, but this is undoubtedly the best location for a mural in the country, and an incredible opportunity to raise some awareness for a friend of mine, who does amazing work in the community.
John Olsen 2018
For The Olsen hotel, Melbourne
Charles Blackman 2018
For the Blackman hotel, Melbourne
For the Johnson hotel, Brisbane
Saul Williams 2009
Portrait of Saul Williams, lifted from a photo by Silas Brown. This piece won the Australian Stencil Art Prize in 2010.
George Gittoes 2007
The first exhibition I ever went to in High school was by the conflict artist George Gittoes, an exhibition which inspired me greatly in not only becoming an artist, but the direction I took. This painting was from a photo George sent me, of himself whilst filming in Pakistan in 2006-ish.