Ummm. I started drawing comics in the 90s when I lived in Melbin. I drew six issues of an autobiographical comic called "Big Smoke'. I also drew other bits and pieces for other publications like Circumstantial Evidence and Dee Vee. I worked at the noise fest for a few years and had the chance to publish comics and distribute them nationally. How Comics Can Change the World was one of them.
In 2002 I got an Australia Council grant to draw a comic book with Mandy Ord. The book 'Brick Dog and Other Stories' was then published by Pluto Press. It was pretty cool but I spose not many people saw it. I pretty much stopped drawing after that. I've done a few things for Tim Danko's 'My Soiled Sample' but truly, have pretty much felt 'out of the circle' of artists. They all live in Melbin still and I'm up here in Sydders. I started Comic Artist Rehab just recently to try and get myself drawing again... because I miss it.