Sleeping roll, thermos, map, magic sword, and bottled djinn.

I spent most of my childhood in China, before returning to Australia when I was seven.
In both countries, I lived with my grandma who couldn’t speak any english.
I could only speak a little myself, and I found refuge in the screen.
My childhood felt like being in three worlds at once.
And the world of my imagination.
In my work, these three worlds are merged —
what I love about Australia;
the romanticism of the east;
and the escapism of fantasy and science-fiction.