Thank you to the Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island for getting me to make these custom candle holders
An architectural revamp brings together the past and the future of Calèche - one of Australia's few remaining designer-makers of couture and off-the-rack wedding dresses.
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These are the lights I made for the shop fit out
Green Street House
The focus of this house is not so much on the slick detailing, it’s more on the interest and the funny things that might arise. This house stands as a crystalline example of a process of experimentation on site working with trades and using their strengths. There’s an advantage to building and renovating in this way. In particular, for young couples and families with land in inner-city suburbs looking outward in their quest for the bigger and better, it allows for the possibility of staying right where they are. It’s a typology of project where, if you’re really careful and clever about activating everything in the building, you can have a three bedroom, two bathroom house on a 120 square meter footprint on a 600 square block of land with heaps of productive garden at the back.
This house was featured on Foxtel channel, Lifestyle, as a part the series ‘I Own Australia’s Best Home.’
From the Family Tree is an exhibition of paintings by Glen Ash, glass by Llewelyn Ash and journals and prints by Janet Ayliffe. And, for first time (since long-ago school project days), a collaboration with our Llewelyn, bringing the pictures together in glass.
Some new equipment to start the new year with the new arrival of the annealers to replace the very ancient old one that have been with the jamfactory since the beging. Looking forward to a great year ahead
A Happy moment in time getting to exhibit with my amazing mother Janet Ayliffe. thank you to everyone for having a look.
A late night project with good friends at camo cagi. never thought i could have so much fun with a wine bottle
learning some new techniques from an amazing engraver. thanks Wilhelm
At camo cagi, the glass furnace Istanbul helping Tim Shaw teach the illuminations workshop. This is a collaborative piece where each of the students engraved a tile with a Turkish coin design. the tiles were picked up and made into a large table lamp. good one team
Here’s a sneak peak of some lights im working on, they are going to be displayed at federation square this June
Really excited about this board in my collection. The art work is printed material then glassed over. It worked so well it all most looks painted on. I hope it surfs well too.thanks ding king