I’m now freelancing again, after taking a year off for some maternity leave.

It’s good to be back, but it might take a little while to knock off the rust.


I’ve been a regular contributor to the Australian Financial Review’s weekly Saleroom page since May last year, but I’ll be taking a bit of a break as I get ready for another baby. Hopefully I’ll be back down the track.

I recently finished up with Art Collector to focus on freelance art writing. Life has been busy. I had a news piece published in the Australian Financial Review and in August I travelled to Melbourne to report on the Melbourne Art Fair and Spring 1883 for Artnet.

While I was at the Melbourne Art Fair I also had the chance to interview artists Karl Wiebke and Richard Lewer for Art Collector’s YouTube channel.

I’m now working on a number of pieces for Australian and international publications that will be out soon.

I’m back at Art Collector this week, editing the upcoming April โ€“ June 2014 issue.

I’ve also been appointed editor of a new art & interior design magazine called Art Edit and am currently working on issue 2, due out in April.

I’m chairing a panel talkย on emerging artists at the Institute of Modern Art in Brisbane later this month, to cooincide with the museum’s Fresh Cuts emerging art show and the launch of the latest issue of Australian Art Collector.

More details here:

Australian Art Collector Launch/Ripe for the Picking, 6pm, 26 July 2012

We launch the new issue of Australian Art Collector with Ripe for the Picking, a panel discussion on the talent-spotting of emerging artists, with curators Jose Da Silva (Octopus 10), Robert Leonard (Fresh Cut 2012), Leigh Robb (Hatched), and gallerist Ryan Renshaw, chaired by Jane Oโ€™Sullivan (Australian Art Collector).

I’m off to the Art HK Hong Kong International Art Fair with Australian Art Collector this week. We’ll be showcasing the magazine and also presenting a special publication on Australian art.