MA (distinction), Dip Arts, BA
Director Art & Heritage Services – art historian, curator, lecturer and writer.
In Plain Sight: Margaret Frankel, the overlooked foundation artist of The Group, Bulletin, no 205 (2021) Christchurch Art Gallery, https://christchurchartgallery.org.nz/bulletin/205/in-plain-sight
Elizabeth Lissaman: New Zealand’s Pioneer Studio Potter, Rim Books (2019). Commissioned by Marlborough Museum.
Art in the Great Outdoors – illustrated lectures on aspects of 19th & early 20th centuries NZ art history
Studio potter Elizabeth Lissaman
Impressionists Tom Roberts, Mabel Hill and MER Tripe.
Lecturer 2015 and 2016 for DFASNZ & ADFAS – New Zealand and Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Societies.
WRITER – CONTRIBUTOR TO PUBLICATIONS INCLUDE
New Zealand Art at Te Papa (2018), Te Papa Press
New Zealand Art: from Cook to Contemporary (2008 & 2010), Te Papa Press
Paul Dibble, David Bateman (2001 & 2006)
Farewell Colonialism – from Colonial to Dominion Status – aspects of the International Exhibition in Christchurch 1906-1907, Dunmore Press and Stout Research Centre (1998).
EXHIBITIONS AND CATALOGUES INCLUDE
Elizabeth Lissaman: The Art of Pottery, Objectspace, Auckland (2019) Movers & Shakers: Early New Zealand Portraits by William Beetham, New Zealand Portrait Gallery (2013)
From Fretful Sleeper to Art World Giant: the Gallery of Helen Hitchings, Museum of Wellington (2008)
Bohemians of the Brush: Pumpkin Cottage Impressionists, Expressions, Upper Hutt (2011) – winner of the 2011 Museums Aotearoa award for Exhibition Excellence in a Small Museum.