Utilising discarded trollies as a frame for a mock pop-up flower stall, this project uses found objects to create a portable base for long lasting and dried Australian native wildflowers.
Making a statement about an ongoing societal obsession with beauty and size, a diverse group of women are adorned with floral headpieces that represent strength and vulnerability.
Soil is installed in the floral artist’s shop front to create an evolving sculptural form that is also a living, growing organism.
Locally grown flowers were used to an intimate yet expansive installation for a wedding in Bali that carefully considered climate, environment, and as a surprise for the bride and groom!
An elegant, self-supported installation of dried lotus leaves and dried hydrangea designed as a counterpart to glitzy display for a group of celebrants who provide an alternative wedding experience.
A collaborative project bringing together Melbourne’s flower community to create unique installations, sharing a love of nature in ways that defy traditional understandings of floristry.
Modern sculptural arrangements created to complement the Obus Autumn 2018 collection, inspired by Ikebana.