Time to celebrate!

       In 2 weeks,  I  will be exhibiting my latest body of work through Commercial Arts Training College as a student. It has been 2  years  since I boarded this amazing journey o n a  creative skills hunt.         During this time, I  have  met incredibl y  talented people, such as Hannah Morgan, Pablo Veiga, Hilda Bezuidenhout, Ronson Choi, Kate Canosa, Monika Cabral, Leanne Olson, Lauren Mac... just to name a few. They   have filled my heart with their beautiful art  and I look forward to working with you all  in many  more  collaborative  pieces  in years to come. Guys you rock!         I need mention the difference s  that some of the lecturer s   have had  on my learning process. A special thank you  to  Guy Sherlock who opened my eyes  to   s ocial documentary and  who has  helped  me  to develop a   sensible work  on  Multiculturalism in Dee Why  on the  Northern Beaches. A big wave to Richard Furhoff who demanded  many revisions and allowing me to develop a finer self critic, so  a big thank you for you r  effort.         Lastly  ,  to  Tania Browitt, who led me to find my photography inner intentions. Your passion for art and your commitment to our belie fs   have been so valuable to the learning experiences and  success es . I will never forget it .     

 

 

In 2 weeks, I will be exhibiting my latest body of work through Commercial Arts Training College as a student. It has been 2 years since I boarded this amazing journey on a creative skills hunt.

 

During this time, I have met incredibly talented people, such as Hannah Morgan, Pablo Veiga, Hilda Bezuidenhout, Ronson Choi, Kate Canosa, Monika Cabral, Leanne Olson, Lauren Mac...just to name a few. They havefilled my heart with their beautiful art and I look forward to working with you all in many more collaborative pieces in years to come. Guys you rock!

 

I need mention the differences that some of the lecturers have had on my learning process. A special thank you to Guy Sherlock who opened my eyes to social documentary and who has helped me to develop a sensible work on Multiculturalism in Dee Why on the Northern Beaches. A big wave to Richard Furhoff who demanded many revisions and allowing me to develop a finer self critic, so a big thank you for your effort.

 

Lastly, to Tania Browitt, who led me to find my photography inner intentions. Your passion for art and your commitment to our beliefs have been so valuable to the learning experiences and successes. I will never forget it.