Buenos Aires, Tango
Tahiti, Tuamotus, Marquesas: Polynesian dance
Chicago: Jump Rhythm Jazz Project
Julia Rhoads' Lucky Plush Productions
Samoa, Tonga: Polynesian dance
Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea:
Berne, Switzerland: Nina Stadler's Modern Dance, Emotions Hip-Hop Group, Salsa Dancers
Fiji, Tonga, Cook Islands, Tuamotus, Marquesas, Easter Island: Polynesian dance
Hololulu: Hula at Kamehameha High School.
San Francisco: ODC contemporary dance group
Auckland: Black Grace contemporary dance group
New York: Paul Taylor Dance Company
San Francisco: ODC San Francisco,
New York: Risa Jaroslow and Dancers
Art and history tour to China.
Study of Chinese Painting.
Guest lecturer at Massey University School of Creative Arts, Auckland
Employed as the illustrator for the Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust, drawing Cook Islands flora and fauna, designing publications.
Illustrated school journal stories and books for the New Zealand Ministry of Education.
Commenced to study and draw Cook Islands dance, working with dancers in the studio and sketching at the rehearsals and performances of troupes.
Designed and illustrated pamphlets and posters for several Cook Islands government departments: Public Health, Agriculture, Marine Resources and Conservation.
Designed and illustrated curriculum materials for a United Nations Development Program project for the Cook Islands Department of Education in Rarotonga.
Assisted in sewing- and pattern-making-project for rural women with YWCA in Western Samoa.
Designed and illustrated for different advertising agencies in Berne, Switzerland.
Studied graphic arts and illustration at the School of Applied Arts in Berne, including live and portrait drawing.
Born in Switzerland
"11 Biuder" (11 Paintings) at UBS Solothurn, Switzerland.
"Dance on Paper" at the Reef Gallery in Auckland, 25 paintings and drawings.
"Dancing on Paper" at the Beachcomber Gallery, Rarotonga, 40 paintings and drawings.
“Cook Islands Dance”at the Cook Islands National Museum, 48 paintings and drawings in gouache, pastel and acrylic.
“The Cook Islands in Watercolour and Pastel” at the Cook Islands National Museum, 50 paintings featuring scenes of the Cook Islands, still-lives, paintings of people making canoes, weaving and dancing.
Group Exhibitions on Rarotonga, Cook Islands
Pacific Artists Group Show at Lane Gallery in Auckland.
“Ura Piani”, four Cook Islands artists at the Reef Gallery in Auckland.