Finalist in the Miles art awards Exhibition of work at Tauranga city gallery Judge Nigel Borrel 16 June – 2 September.
Objective Evidence Subjective Fictions Group show of selected works in the Wallace Gallery Morrinsville – Main gallery 5th May - 27th May
Dog show Group show at Helium gallery Rotorua in conjunction with the year of the dog February 17 – April 29
Echo Paro Group show Arts village Rotorua with a work titled Parties in Fields 4 – 25 November
Finalist in the Rotorua Museum Art Awards group show with the work Internet of things 8 September -6 October
Late onset absurdism Group show at Helium gallery in Rotorua August 15 – September 15
Te Wairua o te Rotorua at the Parliamentary gallery in Wellington Monday 15 May - June 30 2017
Hunter Dreamer Stranger Thief Group show at the Depot gallery Devonport Auckland
UFO Group show at the Depot gallery in Devonport Auckland
Winner of the Waiariki Innovation Prize at the Rotorua Artists Awards held at the Rotorua Museum
Presenter at the Weltec/Whitierea Research symposium - Conference Topic “Time technology and the image.
Glaister Ennor Graduate Art Awards. Group show and Winner of Barfoot and Thompson awards with From a distance once so vast it used to be called the heavens at Sanderson Contemporary Art Osborne Lane, 2-4 Kent St, New market, Auckland 26th – 31st May.
Rotorua Museum Art Awards Finalist and winner of the prize for innovation in art in the group show with the work Bomb Target Bomb 8 September - 6 October
Collaborative design work with Fashion designer Adrienne Whitewood (New Zealand Fashion Week).
The Group Invitational Group Show, Arts Village, Rotorua, New Zealand, April 4th - May 5th, 2014.
Toi Waiariki, Group Show, Creative Tauranga, New Zealand, October 11th – November 5th
“Whitecliffe College of Art & Design Faculty and Fine arts Graduate Exhibition” , Group Show, Whakatane District War Memorial Complex, Whakatane, New Zealand, January 27th – February 6th, 2012
“Hikoi for the Seabed and Foreshore” Photo essay and accompanying words published in Staple Magazine. This photo essay was the runner up in the Staple documentary photo competition and then became a subsequent magazine feature.