I am passionate about workshops and believe in their potential for creative, active and engaged communities. I volunteer as a workshop presenter at my local library in Maleny and regularly host and facilitate workshop at schools, festivals and art galleries. In 2018 I coordinated a series of workshops through the USC Office of Engagement and the USC Art Gallery. The Books As Art series featured presenters: Jonathan McBurnie, Emily Larkin, Josh Wildie and Tash Turgoose and focused on writing and creating artists books, blackout poetry and experimental book forms. Coinciding with exhibitions at the USC gallery, these workshops included lectures, artist talks and hands-on sessions, followed by wine and nibbles. The feedback on this series was extremely positive and more workshops are planned for 2021.

In 2018 I presented a Visual Narrative (Comics) Writing workshop and a Wordless Picturebook forum and workshop at Lines in the Sand Writers Festival in Hervey Bay, Qld.

You can find a selection of recorded tutorials in book cover design, drawing, digital illustration here.

There are no upcoming workshops. Stay tuned for creative workshops in comics, games, design and illustration in (post pandemic) 2021. Details of past workshops below.

Workshops (single session)

  • Drawing Dragons (Maleny Library, 2016)
  • Make A Shadow Puppet Theatre (Maleny Library, 2014, 2015)
  • Life Drawing (USC, 2016, 2017)

Workshops (series)

  • Illustration and Design (Maleny Independent School., 2020)
  • Life Drawing (The Gardenhaus Gallery, Maleny, 2013)
  • Storytelling with Shadow Puppets (Kimberly Park State School, Year 3, 4 week program, 2012)
  • Stop Motion Animation (Kimberly Park State School, Year 5, 1 semester program, 2011)


  • Visual Narrative Workshop (Lines in the Sand, Hervey Bay, 2018)
  • Wordless Picturebooks Workshop (Lines in the Sand, Hervey Bay, 2018)
  • Rube Goldberg Machine (Maleny Country Fair, 2014)
  • Design and Make Finger Puppets (Brisbane Festival, Steve Parish Publishing, 2012)