Commissioned Portraits

Commission of two young loversCommission of Poppy kissing her baby brotherCommission of Kelly with baby Tate

I am available to do commissions of black and white pencil portraits for individuals and charities

Each portrait is unique and providing a fixed price is difficult, but as a general rule, an A3 size portrait (30x42cm) of a person is $300, or of a pet is $200. If you would like additional people or pets in the one portrait, or you would like a different size, we can negotiate a fee and I will provide you with a quote.

Depending on my availability and the complexity of the image, portraits are usually completed within three weeks. Larger images may require more time. All I need is a clear image/s of the subject sent via email to:

Commissions & Portraits from Photos

I will not accept original photographs and instead ask that you get them scanned (at 300 dpi/ppi) and send them as an electronic image. Many places offer this service such as Officeworks, printers or larger libraries. Once an image is decided upon a 30% deposit will need to be paid, then the remainder on completion of the portrait. Delivery will then be arranged. Interstate and overseas customers will also need to add postage and packaging to the final price.

You will receive the original artwork, but as the artist I also request, that I be permitted to photograph the image and use it on this website for self promotion. I will NOT sell prints/cards/copies of your portrait, it will simply be displayed as an example of my work.

Charity work

Commission of child from the Philippines  Commission of child from the Tiwi Islands  Commission of child from the Maasai Tribe

I am happy to provide portraits of celebrities/sportstars to be auctioned or raffled off to raise money for worthy charities. Alternatively, I can provide gift vouchers as prizes so winners can choose their own subject matter. Just email me with a request –

Commission of Australian Cricket Captain Steve Waugh    Commission of Crows Captain Tex Walker    Commission of Port Captain Travis Boak