Working with my long-time supremely talented designer and friend Ali Geers.
One of the first people I met after moving to Japan was my wonderful hairdresser, Sayaka.
The Coopers Life After Dark Campaign was created to increase awareness of Coopers winter beer, the Dark Ale.
Back in 1999, I developed an interest in cars - working on them, spending money on them, watching them, gawking at them.
SHOUT OUT was a first-of-it's-kind in Australian advertising.
The work produced for Pewsey Vale Vineyard had to be like the area and terroir itself - unique, singular and original.
In 2013, the Australian Supercars category changed completely.
Way back in 2013, I saw a video by Jake Davis about a man who started a little coffee shop in Tokyo.
The inaugural Kizuna Matsuri evolved from the Tohoku Rokonsai festival - after the Great east Japan earthquake and tsunami.
Getting down on the ground in Sendai's more rural wards to discover local talent and hidden gems to use to promote the region.
On the first truly warm day here in Akiu after the long cold winter - I was very fortunate to be invited along to a glass blowing and creation class thanks to Thilo from Communa.
Another day, another little road trip - this time to Sendai Zoo!
Can you tell I love coffee?
'How to: set the tone for the day', in one easy step.
The 'Shichi-Go-San' (7-5-3) coming-of-age ceremony is a vital and vibrant part of the Japanese culture.
The inaugural Tohoku Coffee Stand Festival in it's revamped format started in 2016.
Capturing a day with the famous Ogikubo racing outfit, Spoon Sports was well and truly a great experience, the brief from Type One boss Daisuke Jomoto was to highlight the reality of the life of his team during an event.
"Come for a ride with me." That is how it all started for Emma & Mike.
We convinced South Australia's motorist assistance association to choose a special build outdoor site for campaign promotion.
Tippi's Mother was captivating.The guests hung from every word and movement.
Ali and Josh, a tale of two lovely dinosaurs.