A phytophilic Australian expat living in Brooklyn, I am a gardener, florist, workshop instructor and product designer and a great believer in the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi.

I make a range of botanically-themed products such as concrete planters, kokedama, woven nests and nature shadow boxes, which I sell in my online store, Tasi Masi, and at various stores around New York. If you have a shop and are interested in stocking some of my products, please contact me or take a look at my wholesale page.

I also regularly teach workshops in making kokedama, and occasionally teach workshops in making terrariums, making concrete planters, making macrame plant hangers, and caring for houseplants. Once a year I teach in Perth, Australia, with studiOH! workshops, and the rest of the year I teach at various locations around New York – the latest details can be found on the workshops/classes page. I also love taking private workshops for birthdays, parties or work functions. Please contact me if you would like to schedule a private workshop or would like more information.

I blog about my latest creative endeavours and sources of inspiration at givemakewrap.


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