"Although suckled on folk guitar at high school, he took to country rock in his university days, playing rhythm and doing the vocals and songwriting duties. These days, as a soloist in Sydney, he is at his most prolific in terms of songwriting. He has been on the Sydney live circuit for a number of years and his folk-pop style reflects the changing times, mainly from a gritty, inner city perspective.
Several of his songs got national distribution through Foghorn/MGM, including Riley Street Lullaby - the story of Tilly Devine and Kate Leigh, Sydney's two "Mrs Bigs" of the 1920s and 30s, now the subject of a fascinating TV mini-series (Underbelly: Razor) on Channel Nine. He released his deubt album, Fellow Traveller, in 2008. The quirky Wreck Of The Ice Cream Van was part of last summer's Sounds Like Cafe series, released to 1200 cafes throghout Australia. He lives in inner city Sydney."