As an artist, One Lane Bridge represents many things to me. It forms a circle around who I am and where I have come from.
When I was young my Nana had a batch in Piha. I used to travel there over gravel roads and over many one lane bridges. It was a very slow and dusty trip in the family’s Morris Minor.
One Lane Bridge is also a representation of my personal and business ethos. For a one lane bridge to work, two parties must cooperate. I feel the same way in business - it’s all about give and take. The ability to change for the better, where the outcome is win win!
One Lane Bridge is co-operation, black sand, gravel roads, Lion Rock, sunburn and using my life experiences to help shape what I create.