At age 40 he began seriously exploring painting in oils (exhibiting since 2000), and, in 2008, after 2 years spent studying at Artstation in Auckland, he began creating sculptures where his definitive style is expressed in both bronze and cast glass. He works full time at his studio in the Kapiti Coast.
Upon leaving high school as soon as he could Graeme started working in small town retail and discovered the art of ‘window dressing’ which initially satisfied his unfulfilled creativity. Following his passions, he ventured down many exciting paths.
“My works, do not always relate yet they all have subtle connections, the distorted bodies, unnatural angled hairless heads, large hands, is because they are creations from my subconscious and that is how they wish to be exposed. I hope that my art will make the observer smile, laugh or question.”.