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Year of birth - 1947
Training - Printers apprenticeship and local art school.
First published in - NZ student newspapers.
Year first published - 1967
Cartoons published in - Christchurch Star, Sunday news, The Melbourne Age, The Bulletin, Time, Qantas review, The Australian Accountant,The Monthly,The Listener, The Daily Mirror, NZ News, The Sun Herald, The Hong Kong Standard. Eye magazine, Unlimited, The Green guide, Meanjin.
Exhibitions - CSA gallery (CHCH NZ)The Seal Cub (Melbourne ),The Linden Gallery (Melbourne) Roar Galleries (Melbourne) Salt Gallery (Queenscliff ) Maheke Gallery (Auckland).Te Tuhi (Auckland) ArtAid exhibition & auction( CHCH.NZ earthquake appeal)
Awards - don't do awards
Books illustrated - Inflammable Adams, The Incredible night, The boys own book of debauchery, Maui & the fish hook, Australian Encounters, Kimble Bent/malcontent (graphic novel).
Specific expertise - Monoprints, water colour, scraper board, ink & wash, cross hatch and caricature.
Professional projects - Graphic novel, Painting Exhibition (theme -manhood),Film project based on the beat group 'the pretty things' tour downunder in 1965, Record new songs for solo project. Co-write bumper book of NZ humour.
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