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I am a professional and experienced freelance artist who has been working in illustration since 2005. I pride myself in my ability to find unique ways of expressing creative concepts, allowing me to craft something deeply personal and sincere for my clients.

I am most passionate about the importance of healthy representation for people of marginalized groups. I am experienced and well researched on the topic and would be a valuable team member for more inclusive media. I aim to cherish and celebrate the diversity that exists in the world through my artistic endeavours and help other people in doing so as well.

I strive to shine a light on the beauty in that which is conventionally seen as ugly or odd. The standard of what is attractive or “normal” in today’s world I find unrealistic and boring. I want to inspire my viewers to see beyond that, to look deeper than what’s immediately visible, to question everything.



Hyaline plans to bring more empathy to the survival game genre - Kill Screen


Rose Morgan - Queerly Represent Me


Self employed

Freelance Illustrator

2005 – Present • Melbourne, Australia

My main areas of activity are:


Swinburne University of Technology

Bachelor of Computer Science • Major: Game Development • Minor: Biomedical Science

18/02/17 – Current • Melbourne, Australia

I wish to combine my knowledge of science and technology to create interactive educational experiences.

RMIT - NEIS program

Certificate IV Small Business Management

15/10/14 – 20/11/14 • Melbourne, Australia

I learned about the necessities of running a business for my freelancing endeavors. This included marketing, bookkeeping, business plan writing, legalities & tax.


[ Illustration ] [ Concept art ] [ Creature design ] [ Monsters ] [ Environments ] [ Macabre/horror & fantasy themes ] [ Game art ] [ Diverse & inclusive characters ]

Being that I am queer, non-binary and am a host to a number of physical & mental illnesses, I am most qualified to cover those areas when it comes to inclusive characters.