Sam Rowlands 

is an Australian contemporary artist, designer and art director living in Sydney.

Ok, let's get to the interesting stuff, shall we? (while still pretending these 'about pages'  aren't written by the very person I'm explaining) 

Sam is a farm girl,  born and raised on a working property outside a tiny town called Mandurama. She rides a motorcycle, has a dingo and needs Grammarly to function in adulthood. 

She was accepted into Oxford University, UK in their PhD Philosophy program for her Thesis on gender construction and conformity.

Long story short, Sam has worked as a fashion designer, UX/UI, print and branding designer before finding her career as an Art Director.

Her Sculptural works have featured in Vivid, Tortuga Night Garden and Sydney Fringe Festival.

She functions as a conceptual creative above all. Her works are embedded in form, space and colour while focusing playfully between perception vs expectation and 'let's just make something' realms. 

Sam believes that confidence in one's work is beautiful and critical, but an ego is the death of true creativity and growth.