I love creatively experimenting with new fields of expression.
Although I'm mostly known for a specific kind of illustration, that is far from all I do.

Here's a quick snapshot of assorted projects

Bring Me My BattleAxe

Under the real-life nickname of Caesar, I launched a small whimsy-driven indie jewelry brand Bring Me My BattleAxe. I wanted to create the kind of jewelry I liked to wear that I couldn't find to buy. So I started to learn silversmithing in 2017 under Kirsten Karacan  in Berlin. My enjoyment for building brands, engaging in new social media demographics and exploring a whole new art form found a happy voice in this new medium, that I run alongside my illustration and content-creation work. Take a look below at some piece and follow my dedicated instagram.
 

Moth & BayLeaf

From 2010 to 2012 I ran an eccentric-accessories brand 'Moth And BayLeaf' focused on creating headpieces and accroutements for the weird and wonderful. I collaborated with stylists, photographers and fashion venues to catalogue display and sell my creations.

Micro-Fiction

Over the past decade I've written heaps of flash fiction, notably 50-word-stories. While relegated to a variety of blogs and incarnated only as still imagery and text, in 2011 they gave  rise to collaborations with two projects, Kenneth Young's spoken-word experiments and experimental musician Agitated Radio Pilot's use of my micro-fiction as lyrics for my story 'Lovin he Eskimo' and 'Bird/There'

All the bite-sized stories and poems can still be found on their original blog and as Flash Wounds, the newer instagram incarnation.