Creative Director Public Art

Creative Director Public Art

creative director public As a creative director  I am passionate about contributing to the livability of cities through the development of meaningful public art. I have a broad range of experience in developing public art concepts, creative project management, commissioning artworks and managing creatives.

Creative Director Portfolio

The Maryborough Storytrail

creative director public art

Artwork by April Spadina

With the Fraser Coast Regional Council I worked alongside a group of talented creatives, fabricators,  civil teams and engineers to develop an iconic public art experience. The Marybrough Story Trail captures the unique stories of the town and tells these in a creative and engaging way; through public art.

My role was to lead a creative team to develop public artwork concepts and street scaping elements and to source and project manage creatives and fabricators to bring these to life.  This included the development of bronze works, video, theater, projections and street art.

As a creative director  I have highly developed conceptual skills and specialise in managing creative talent. I am deadline driven and complete projects within budgets. I can liaise and communicate with a range of stakeholders including engineers, civil workers and work to technical plans.


City Park Sculptures

The redevelopment of the grounds around the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery involved the development of public artworks. My role as creative director was to develop the creative concepts and oversee the fabrication and creative development. Three large fibreglass animals were develop based on clay models.  Local artists were commissioned to paint the sculptures based on a creative brief. I managed the the technical application and installation. Bronze artworks were also developed to connect with iconic local fauna and a large scale community artwork was created to welcome visitors to the centre.

Street Art development


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