Body Awareness and Breathwork

Unlikely Collaborators

Art Direction
Unlikely Collaborators, Elizabeth Koch, Gina Gonzales

The Jacky Winter Group

Artwork uploaded soon!
Animated pieces can be viewed @ Unlikely Collaborators ︎


Cumberland City Council

Events & Culture
Michael Brown

Zoe Davidson
Aleksander Derevnin

Artwork for Lunar New Year 2024, The Year of The Dragon at Cumberland City Council.  The pieces were used across various platforms that includes media, signage and banners! 
Photos coming soon ︎

This project has been assisted through Multicultural NSW’s Stronger Together Major Festival Local Council grant.

My Brother’s Ashes, the Bayou, and an Egnimatic Life

Texas Monthly

Art Direction
Kimberly Thwaits 
The Jacky Winter Group

A little piece to accompany Geoffrey Leavenworth’s lovely, personal essay for Texas Monthly.
Leavenworth discusses the surprising family secrets he learned as he wrapped up his brother’s affairs and went on a quest to scatter his ashes in Texas’s Dickinson Bayou.

The Patchwork Rabbit 

The Sydney Lunar Festival,
The City of Sydney

Adjoining Koreatown
Situated on Liverpool Street,
between Sussex Street and Castlereagh Street.

The artwork draws inspiration from ‘jogakbo’, 조각보, a style of traditional Korean bojagi cloth-making, and uses a collage of paper textures to quilt a patchwork of rabbits. 

The artwork highlights the patchwork of families, friends, communities and cultures that had pieced together a colourful and multifaceted celebration during Lunar New Year in Australia. It is also a small reflection of my celebration during Lunar New Year in Australia as an Australian born Chinese living in a Korean household.

Photos by Jeonghoon Lim.

Old Spaces

Old Spaces is a personal GIF project that documents spaces in mostly Sydney, Australia during the 1950’s - 2000’s. The aim of the project is to unearth local history and re-animate the forgotten stories attached to these urban sites as moving images.

The project is inspired by the recent development boom in Sydney with replacement of historical buildings for high-rise apartments. As such, I personally felt the need to preserve an essence of it’s history through my work.
Some animated stories include the iconic neon advertising signs on William Street in the 1960’s and the construction of Kings Cross tunnel, the first major tunnel in Sydney.