*update coming soon*

July 2008, Cherrie Magazine, Issue 10

Whilst Cherrie mag did an article on me as a fashion designer, Rachel Cook, who interviewed me, also focused on my costume and performance work. Shown here is one of the costumes I made for The Town Bikes’, MEAT show. Actually I was very proud of these costumes…a great example of my attention to detail (which is also very evident in my fashion range). Photography: Samantha Holmes

March 2006, Drum Magaine

This article was reviewing a burlesque event that happened in Sydney. The Town Bikes of whom I am there costume maker, were the hit of the night. Featured in article was praise of their costumes and how snappy they looked in comparison to the other performers on the night….Well I’ll take that as a compliment!!

Sept 7, 2006, The Age

I was more than delighted to see this wonderfully funny photo in The Age. I made these costumes for The Town Bikes. They were used in their 2006 Melbourne Fringe Festival show ‘Milk’.

Nov 9, 2005 Melbourne Leader

This front page photo was highlighting the upcoming Burlesque Battleoff. It featured The Town Bikes in my costumes….they won the event!!

Nov 9, 2005 Melbourne Leader

This article and photograph of The Town Bikes , in costumes I made, was about the upcoming Burlesque Battleoff…which they one!!

July 2004, The Age

Australian rock legends and men of disguise, TISM were photographed for their 2004 Australain and NZ tour. I created some of the costumes for the November tour.

March 2004 MCV

This article was about FLASH, an event held for the Melbourne Fashion Festival, consisting of an impressive list of performers and costumiers. The concept was to bring together costumier and performer to create a performance piece. For this event I collaborated with Emma Bathgate (a.k.a. The Dilapidated Diva) Pictured here is Wes Snelling in a David Anderson creation.

Sept 11, 2004, The Age

Being that I am the costumier for The Town Bikes, it’s always a thrill to see them published in print…photographed just prior to their overseas tour. Seen here is there Marching Girl Superhero costumes.

Feb 2003, Moreland Community News

Just after relocating my business to the Brunswick Business Incubator, I landed the costume job for Tiger Lil of the Happy Side Show. It was a very sexy corseted leather jumpsuit for her angle grinding routine.