Published by Ford Street Publishing 2020
‘Who drew on these tree trunks?’ Charlie asked Max. ‘They’ll be in big trouble if Mum sees that!’
Take a walk through the Australian bush with Charlie, Layla, Cooper and Max.
As the children discover a world full of natural wonders, brimming with native flora and fauna,
little Charlie’s mind is focussed on one thing . . .
Who, or what, has made those marks on the bark of the Scribbly Gum trees?
Shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council Awards 2017
An Australian Christmas is threatened when drought takes hold. A little girl has only one wish – for rain. Will her wish come true?
All I Want for Christmas is Rain written by Cori Brooke, illustrated by Megan Forward is published by New Frontier November 2016. Available online and through bookstores.
Shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council Crichton Award 2017
Shortlisted for the Speech Pathology Awards
Published by Penguin Random House March 2016 –
In various mediums I have been exploring faith and spirituality. There are so many interesting ideas and ways people use to understand and communicate what it means to be human,
exploring what it is like to be a mother and artist and the juggle and stimulation that results from the tension between the two. Click to read more about this project …
Every spring, the Brisbane Institute of Art holds a wonderful artist’s weekend camp at Moreton Island. Under the shade of old army tents…Click to read more about this project …
Every Sunday afternoon, for years, I met with a lovely group of Brisbane artists to draw nudes from life. Click to read more about this project …
Just finished working on a commissioned drawing ‘a night in Alice Springs Jail’. It’s for Judith Parrott’s ‘grounded’ photographic exhibition that she’s holding in Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games there this year. Click to read more about this project …