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Long time no see.

Oh right! I have a website… gosh. Sorry about that, please don’t look around this mess just yet- I need to catch up to 2018. I made a youtube video. I hope you liked it! By all means leave a comment here, though I think YouTube is where I’ll be...
escapeVektor Chapter 1

escapeVektor Chapter 1

Just last week escapeVektor chapter 1 launched on Wiiware, and the reviews are starting to surface. And boy are they positive so far! I’ll look back at this page when I hit my next “despairing frustrated artist” phase to give my ego a bit of a...
Lior

Lior

Photo by Andrew Curnock It’s not every day we get a singer/songwriter of such high calibre doing shows in the heart of Brisbane. Photo by Andrew Curnock   From the first 30 seconds of the first track, Grey Ocean, and the accompanying waves of goosebumps that came with...
Mortal Kombat … I mean Mortal Engine!

Mortal Kombat … I mean Mortal Engine!

Mortal Engine is a contemporary dance performance that poignantly exemplifies the blah blah blah of the human condition. Mortal Engine is a laser light show and visual feast that will give you obesity of the eyeballs from having so much eyecandy. Mortal Engine is an...
The Room

The Room

Here is a preview of a collaborative art project I’ve been working on at The Edge, called The Room. This is the first time I’ve worked with Microsoft’s Kinect (using a modified version of the Synapse program), and these are very early days for me...
Escape Vektor Soundtrack – a layered conundrum

Escape Vektor Soundtrack – a layered conundrum

I recently finished the soundtrack to Escape Vektor for Nnooo, this and thoughts are now turning to a possible album release to coincide with the launch of the game on Nintendo Wiiware. The game soundtrack is establishing itself as a bona-fide musical genre in its own...