Matsu approaches his creative work simply by the choice to create. It’s the vision or project that drives him, and he is guided by a passion for challenge and the potential of creating something new. He loves the pure joy of being on set, and brings the same creative energy and enthusiasm to any project he is working on. His visuals are often regarded for their particular expression of colour and light, which he believe affords him the ability to draw the unseen beauty out of the spaces he is in. Matsu brings a childlike wonder to his work, he is always hoping to capture the dragons hiding amongst the clouds.

As an artist, Matsu is deeply inspired by other art forms, especially by music. He sees music as the way we sum up what it means to be human yet never actually answer any questions. He is drawn to films, directors and artworks that discuss existential and deeper spiritual questions through the use of evocative visual storytelling. He views stories as cautionary tales and guides that help humans navigate the labyrinth of life. he respects the dedicated artisanal practice of Japanese artists, who create as though you can’t get writer’s block if you just keep writing. And the painters of the Dutch golden age lend him their insight into stunning compositions full of vibrant radiance and intricate details. Across his career, there have been many opportunities to express creative freedom and he has been fortunate to work on a diversity of projects. He has had the humbling experience of working with his local arts and music communities, he’s seen his work displayed in Times Square and Rolling Stone (US), he’s published a national book on the rural culture and landscapes of Western Australia and had a solo exhibition that shared with the world an integral piece of his heart, the splendour of Osaka, Japan. Matsu always looks forward to his next collaboration, creating an inviting space for people to feel valued and able to work at their best, and he intends to bring his feverous passion for capturing beautiful images and telling engaging stories.


Featured Work

Western Power
Powering our lives

Karrinyup Shopping Centre
WA On Stage

Hi This is Flume
Asia Tour 2019

Seek Wisdom

Wisdom is work

Mega Home Lottery

Crooked Colours
Love Language

Brayden Sibbald
Changing Faces



Release the Woolves
Shotgun (feat. Maribelle)

Tired Lion

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