01/06/19 -Currenly in production on a short film collaboration with textile artist / sculptor Kasia Tons in Mparntwe / Alice Springs
16/05/19 – Ngayuku Papa: Tiny, a short film that I made with Cynthia Burke and the Tjanpi Desert Weavers is currently screening in Perth’s Yagan Square. It’s also part of the Revealed exhibition at Fremantle Art Center.
31/03/19 – A crowd funding campaign is under way for the next installment of Ngayuku Papa. Details on the Tjanpi Desert Weavers’ website:
26/01/19 – Yarripiri’s Journey is now available for free streaming in Australia on SBS on Demand.
20/12/18 – An animated Christmas message that I made in a workshop with ICTV staff is now on ICTV Play.
15/12/18 – Production is complete on No Trouble Here, a collaboration with Sally Mulda and Tangentyere Artists. Due for release in 2019.
05/12/18 – The Bush Mechanics Exhibition is on display at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra until 24/02/19. Write up in the Canberra Times Below.
23/11/18 – Yarripiri’s Journey won Best Language/Culture Production Award at the inaugural First Nations Media Awards. Congratulations to all involved.
26/09/18 – Bush Mechanics will be screening as part of the Parrtjima Festival of Light in the Todd Mall Precinct, Alice Springs, TUESDAY 2nd of OCTOBER at 8:30pm. Screening also includes CAAMA Productions Petyarre and Atnangkere and an episode of ICTV’s Bedtime Stories.
07/09/18 – Video of the 2018 Desert Mob Symposium is available now via the Desart facebook page. Includes my presentation with Cynthia Burke of the Tjanpi Desert Weavers of the two Ngayuku Papa short films.
06/09/18 – Bush Mechanics is now available on indigitube.