Graduate Diploma in Visual Art, Victorian College of the Arts

Bachelor of Fine Art (Painting), Victorian College of the Arts


Half Flush, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney

Hunting Where The Ducks Are, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney

Enie Meanie, Studio 12, GCAS, Melbourne

Collective Autonomy, Canberra Contemporary Art Spaces, Canberra
Morpheus, Sydney University Gallery, Sydney

Champion, Bus Gallery, Melbourne
Collective Autonomy, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne

Knackers, RMIT Spare Room, Melbourne

Fairgrounds, Kings Artist Run Initiate, Melbourne
Alexandra Avenue, 24seven, Melbourne
Horsestance, T.C.B., Melbourne


It's Only Castles Burning
(w/ Hany Armanious, Celia Hempton, Patrick Lundberg, Moya McKenna,
 Nell, Séraphine Pick, David Shrigley, and Esther Stewart) Station Gallery, Melbourne

NY Art Book Fair, MoMA PS1, New York

Open Stude, ISCP, New York
Group Show, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney

Melbourne Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Art & Australia Collection, Newcastle Art Gallery
When You Drink The Water....., Ryan Renshaw Gallery, Brisbane

Art & Australia Collection, MOP Projects, Sydney
DKG, Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

NEW11, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne

TCB Art Inc, Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne
DKG, Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne

Texticles, TCB, Melbourne

The Independence Project, Galerie Petronas, Kuala Lumpur
Dis-ease, Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney
True Crime, Geelong Gallery
Primavera, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
Basil Sellars Art Prize, Ian Potter MOA, Melbourne

Too Near, Too Far, Careof, Milan, Italy
ABN AMRO Emerging Artist Award, Abn Amro, Melbourne
Crimelines, Sophie Gannon Gallery, Melbourne
Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Werribee Gardens, Werribee

Winners are Grinners, The Meat Market, Melbourne, PICA, Perth
New Social Commentaries, Warrnambool Art Gallery
Someone Shows Something to Someone, Canberra Contemporary Art Spaces, Canberra

A Portable Message of…, Plimsol Gallery, Hobart, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Gippsland
Address Book, Bus Gallery, Melbourne

Value Added Capital, Westspace, Melbourne/Gallery 4a, Sydney
Some Devil Between Us, Bus, Melbourne


ISCP New York Residency

Qantas Foundation Encouragement of Contemporary Art Award

Finalist ABN AMRO Emerging Artist Award, Sydney
Finalist Basil Sellers Art Prize, Melbourne

Art & Australia Ripe Award, Art & Australia
Studio Residency, Milan, Italy, Australia Council
Studio Residency, Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces
Finalist ABN AMRO Emerging Artist Award, Melbourne
Finalist Helen Lempriere Sculpture Prize, Werribee Gardens

Finalist New Social Commentaries, Warrnambool Art Gallery

24seven Contemporary Art Space - Founder & Director

ANZ Visual Arts Fellowship


ANZ Ripe Artist Award, Art & Australia, back page, include essay by Katrina Schwartz, 2007
Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award at Werribee Park 2007, Finalist cat., 2007
Collective Autonomy, Collective Autonomy, Gertrude CAS, incl essay by S. Holt, 2006
Winners are Grinners, Hijacked no. 9, artist page p32-35, 2006
Knackers, Knackers, RMIT Project Space, include essay by Chris McAullife, 2005
Portable Model Of…, artist page, 2005
Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds, Kings Artist Run Initiative, Melbourne 2004
Mobbypet, artist page, 2002
How Many Chambers?, How Many Chambers?, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne 2000
La La Hi Prism, TRM Magazine, June 2000


Christopher Allen, National Gallery of Victoria becomes a crowded house with Melbourne Now, The Australian, January 18, 2014
Alexandra Austen, Sinners are grinners, Hijacked no.9, p31, 2006
Giulia Brivio, Intervista all’artitisa Mark Hilton, Artkey magazine,
Gabriella Coslovich, Art gallery again the centre of controversy, The Age, p4, 5/7/04
Gabriella Coslovich, Is This Art?, The Age, A3, p1, 4 & 5, 14/5/04
Tessa Dwyer, Slide, Like Art Magazine, No. 12, winter 2000
Andrew Frost, How much is that art in the window?, Australian Style, No. 62 May 02
Alex Gawronski, Contemporary art & social justice; how soon is now? New Social Commentaries, Warrnambool Art Gallery, p2, Sept 06.
Robert Gill, ANZ Arts Award, The Age, August 4th 1999
Fiona Gruber, The Opening, PBS FM interview, 21/7/04
Richard Holt, Mine Catalogue, August 1999
Chris Howlett, Censorship:jews, golliwogs, sex, hollywood shiek & merlin, Localart, Is.14, Aug 04
Adam Jasper, Primavera, Frieze 2008
Karen Kissane, Drawing out notions of evil, The Age A2, 5/11/08 p17 - 18.
Tristian Koenig, A Typical Observation Essay, Un magazine, Issue 2, p7, 8. Nov 2004
Tristian Koenig, Value Added Capital Catalogue, Westspace, Melbourne, Gallery 4a, Sydney 2002
Pipa Lord, Siamese Dreams, TR, No. 30 04/02
Six o’clock NEWS, Channel 7, 9, 10, SBS, ABC, 6/5/04
Terry Lane, Knee-jerk policy puts Picasso in his place, The Age, p12, 8/5/04
Terry Lane, Facts distort truth of Israeli-Palestinian conflict, The Age, p22, 16/5/04
Hannah Mathews, A winning start, Hijacked no.9, p4, 2006
Chris McAuliffe, Reality Check, Vault Art Iss 5 2014
Alex McDonald, Art: Victoria, State of the Arts, 2006
Marco Marcon, Winners are grinners, Art Monthly Australia, p13-14, #201, 2007
Royce Millar & Chris Evans, Anti-Israel display erased after furore, The Age, p1 & 2, 5/5/04
Royce Millar, City rethinks art policy, wanting less politics, The Age, p6, 7/5/04
Robert Nelson, Lempriere Sculpture Award, The Age, 14/3/07
Robert Nelson, ACCA show looks forward to nostalgic innovation, The Age, 30/3/07
Sasha Perera, Salt Nightclub Murders Court Controversy, Zebra no. 553, 7/7/04
J. Peers, Moulding the city to the desires of artists, Artlink V22 No. 3, 02
Corrie Perkin, Creative codes, The Australian, March 15, 2008
Milanda Rout, Art offends Jews, Herald Sun, p8, 4/5/04
Katrina Schwartz, ANZ Ripe artist award, Art & Australia, back page, sept 2007
Dan Silkstone, R. Millar, Chris Evans, Row over anti-Israel art display, The Age, p 2, 4/5/04
Masato Takasaka, Who’s afraid of the Avant-Garde? Who cares?, TCB Melbourne 1999
Richard Watts, Smartarts, RRR FM interview, 1/06/06