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Art Licensing

Spotlight has been on my wish list for years (literally years, we're talking more than 5 years). I have pitched to Spotlight on a few occasions, but the work has never been quite right for them so it feels a tad surreal to finally have some prints in such a well known fabric store. For those of you outside of Australia, Spotlight

So here’s my experience of doing Pitch Your Portfolio, a course run by surface designer Shannon McNab. Last year I decided to enrol in Shannon McNab’s Pitch Your Portfolio course. We were in the midst of a lockdown, at home and things had become stagnant with art licensing after I had built a little momentum over the past few years. While I have

After what was one of the most challenging years - the year that was 2020 (and who knows what 2021 will bring) - my creative business has been a way to deal with the stresses that life brought. I didn't have time (ironically, despite being at home) or maybe it was the mental headspace and lack of inspiration to design much during 2020,

Sydney-based fabric printer Digital Fabrics have started an Australian Designer Project, featuring artwork by local designers available to purchase on their fabric. You'll find 8 exclusive Fabric Drawer prints available to custom print by the metre onto any of their base cloths. To view the prints available and to order visit the Digital Fabrics website.

With more of us at home than not, now seems a good time to pick up a new project or two. Last year Nerida Hansen fabrics brought out a range of mid-weight cottons and I'm thrilled another design is now available to purchase. Meadow was inspired by our camping trips around Victoria and encompasses the colours and stylised motifs I love working

This latest collaboration is extra special to me. Not only did I get to work with The Green Collective for two designs of their SPRUCE biodegradable, home compostable dish cloths, but a 10% donation will be made to the RSPCA bushfire appeal for each sale of the ‘Save The Animals’ print! After the devastating bushfires, it’s great to be able to contribute in some

Just in time for Christmas! Monster Threads have released some new products and prints, and you'll find my Animal Slumber print on foldable glasses cases, reusable shopping bags and cotton tops. It's been wonderful working with an Australian brand who supports artists local and abroad. Foldable glasses/sunglasses case and reusable shopping bags. You'll still find my Winter Garden print available on a range

When I first started getting into pattern design, one of my aspirations was to have my own range of fabrics. I love the idea of seeing what people create with my fabric. After several attempts showing my folio to various fabric companies, I decided to create my own range of products using fabric I had printed myself. I thought that this would

I'm so thrilled about this collaboration since my Winter Garden pattern is featured on so many products that I've always wanted to see my designs on (and could never make myself). You'll find umbrellas, adult and kids raincoats, reusable bags and coffee cups, lunch bags and travel cases. Seeing a few of them displayed in the front window was a huge thrill

Adelaide-based business Wili Heat Bags recently released their latest designs, featuring my new Park Walks pattern on their range of heat bags. You'll find this colourful pattern on eye marks, back wraps, pocket warmers, square and rectangle bags - just in time for winter! The fabric is printed on 100% cotton through Nerida Hansen fabrics. To view the latest range visit: