Daily Archives: February 17, 2006

Rice and Corn Salad

1 cup brown rice, cooked 2 fresh corn cobs, kernels sliced off 2 tbsp fresh parsley, chopped 1 small tomato, chopped 1 small head of brocolli, separated into small flowers 2-4 tbsp oil (flaxseed and/or olive) 3 tbsp spanish onion, chopped 1 tbsp tamari 1 tbsp ginger, grated and chopped […]

Coriander Cumin and Ginger Dressing 1

1/4 cup oil (flaxseed and/or olive) 2-3 tbsp chopped parsley 1 small juiced lemon 1 tbsp grated ginger, finely chopped 2 tsp tamari 1 tsp honey 2 tsp dried basil 1/2-1 tsp dried cumin 1 tsp dried coriander optional dash of salt optional dash of tahini Mix together in a […]

Construct #552 2

Click to view film (30MB) Summary – Mankind and nature’s struggle for perception. Where does nature end and industry triumph. Medium – Digital Video and Computer Animation Length – 2:28 seconds Completed – 2005 Screenings – ArtBreak, Federation Square Blue Dandenongs Youth Film Festival, Belgrave 24Seven Videoart, Glitch Bar Dust […]

Pan’s Lament 1

Summary – Pan is lost in a desolate world, his sacred wisdom corrupted and violated. Will his memory fade into the ether; or will he walk the forests once more. Medium – Computer Animation Length – 4:02 seconds Completed – 2005 Screenings – Short Seasons, National Museum of Australia Dust […]

Industrial Slaughter

Summary – A modern world ruled by industrial exploitation. Innocence corrupted to feed man’s hunger. Medium – Computer Animation Length – 2:24 seconds Completed – 2003 Screenings – London International Animation Festival, London Australian International Animation Festival, Sydney Melbourne International Animation Festival, Federation Square St Kilda Film Festival, St Kilda […]


Click to view film (28MB) Summary – Instrumental image and music unite to be broken into instances of reality. A girl struggles for freedom. Medium – Digital Video Length – 2:26 seconds Completed – 2003

New site design and backend

I’ve been working on a new site design over the past month and have just activated it today. I have also moved the blog over to SiteComponents, a content management system developed by Mike Tyson, with a little help from me. Still a couple of things to sort out; there […]