For those interested in such things, I have a PhD from Monash University (Melbourne), a Master of Arts (Typo/Graphic Studies) from the London College of Communication, Graduate Diploma in TV/Film from the VCA (Melbourne), a B Visual Arts from Sydney College of Art, and a BA (Language and Literature) from Adelaide University.
Some awards have been won along the way, such as the Special Jury Prize at FFICS, Tokyo, for the animated film Under the Weather, the Lady Fairfax Award for Photography (open section) for the photographic triptych Peripheral Vision, (see Archives for these works). And for the bookworks: Southern Cross Uni Artist's Book Award for The Ten Thousand Things, first prize Mackay Art-on-Show for Decodex and highly commended at LIBRIS Awards for The Light Down Here.
My works are held in several international and Australian collections, including the Victoria & Albert Museum (London), Tate Britain (London), The University of the Arts (London), The New York Public Library, Carleton College (Minnesota), Bibliotheca Librorum Apud Artificiem, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library of Australia, most state libraries of Australia, Melbourne University (Baillieu) collection, Artspace Mackay and Southern Cross University and Monash University artist's book collections.
In 2016 I was a Siganto Research Fellow at the State Library of Queensland.
For other, published information about the book works, see:
• A Review of the book The Light Down Here in The Weekend Australian Arts Review, June3/4, 2023.
• An Article reviewing A Morning in May in Verso magazine,
published in 2018.
• Blogs written as part of that Siganto Fellowship at Blog1, Blog2, Blog3.
• The Blue Notebook article about my research at the State Library of Queensland, published by the CFPR, UWE in 2017.
• An Article published in the Journal of Artists' Books, JAB39,
published through Columbia College, Chicago, in 2016.