A Wiradjuri man and an Anglican priest at St Oswald’s, Glen Iris. He is an artist with a particular interest in exploring identity and story through the visual arts. He is engaged in the dialogue for treaty, sovereignty, reconciliation and self-determination for First Nation peoples.

He has worked in many different places and fields including: setting up the outreach ministry for the Salvation Army in Brisbane; a decade in business as the director of a company providing services to non-profit organisations; developed a support program for students at a school in a lower socioeconomic environment in Brisbane; setting up the first welfare service with in the Royal Australian Navy at HMAS Kuttabul, Sydney; as a chaplain in a school in northern NSW, and now as a Vicar of a local church. He has pioneered performance and visual arts as a tool for working with disadvantaged youth having studied at the Marcel Marceau School of Mime in Paris.

He is a published writer, an exhibiting artist and a leader of silent spiritual retreats for teenagers and others.

He’s married with a daughter and a crazy English Springer Spaniel.