Rowan is an artist who produces and exhibits work, collaboratively and individually, across a range of mediums including live performance, music, film and installation.
Often with an emphasis on the live orchestration of sound and the projected video image, Rowan is interested in provoking a sense of the unknown and the unseen in his work, dissolving real people, places and objects with the super real.
His recent projects as a live-video artist include the full-length dance work Mana Wahine with Okareka Dance Company, Brouhaha as part of Lumina (New Zealand Dance Company) and Flip Pivot Boom (Footnote Dance Company) and Rowan creates and participates in all of Movement of the Humans new development as a creative lead.
Rowan has been collaborating with Malia and co since 2011 when they first worked on Body Fight Time together and has since been a significant leader in developing multimedia and video design into all their work since.
In 2017 Rowan will design and implement the AV for the World Of Wearable Art Awards show in Wellington.
Rowan is also a musician and performer in the group Glass Vaults.