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Melbourne International Comedy Festival… here I come!

22 Mar

Comedy Festival CJDelling

Melbourne, Melbourne… here I come!

You can find tickets to my show on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival website or at

Contact me via for a complimentary ticket deal if you want to review or write about the show.

…and here is the little animation video I made to advertise the show.

The internet is full of inspiration

2 Oct

This weekend I got inspired by the 7 creative resume designs on Mashable.

Have you found anything inspiring recently?

Tomorrow’s weather & other predictive errors

22 Aug

Throughout history people have made some brave and daring predictions. I have selected three of my favourites and created my Sydney Fringe Festival ad on youtube.

To watch the 24 seconds long video <- just click here.

And if you are in Sydney, tickets to my show ‘Tomorrow’s weather & other predictive errors’ are on sale now.

Tickets: or Box office (02) 9020 6980

Show times: Wed 19 Sept & Thu 20 Sept – 6:30pm and
Fri 21 Sept & Sat 22 Sept – 6:00 pm

Venue: City Hotel – Emperor Lounge, 349 Kent St (corner Kent and King St), Sydney CBD

Lots more about the show and my other advendtures on

The internet is all about cats

17 Apr

… and rightly so!

Huge thank you to Sarah @speckledwords for her artwork.

This is me as a comedian cat.

Curtain, mic and me

4 Apr

Melbourne International Comedy Festival & me

20 Mar

Ah yes, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival program guide has arrived in my letterbox… and there we have it black & yellow & blue on white. Life is indeed wunderbar!

More info and tickets here:

The making of… my 2012 MICF poster

26 Feb

All good things come in threes…

Step 1: The Photoshoot

Thankfully I was working with two experienced photographers… eh, yes, literally. I mean that they were actually colleagues from work (my day job) and just happened to be really, really good photographers in their spare time. Lucky me!

We tried a few different locations and I even got told off by a security guard for sitting down on an escalater. When he found out it was for a comedy poster he changed his mind and it suddenly was all ok. Go figure!

Step 2: Graphic design

Find a cool and quirky graphic designer through extensive research online and in real life.

I can highly recommend should anyone be looking to get some graphic design work done.

The whole process of entering in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, writing my show, organising the marketing and publicity side etc. has been quite a huge learning experience.

But at the same time, it has enabled me to get in touch with a lot of creative, talented and just simply amazing people and do things I would never have imagined 5 years ago.

Step 3: Taaadaaahhh

And the final outcome looks amazing. Thank you again to everyone involved.

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