My name is Ned Bajic and I come from a visual arts background, where I had the opportunity to learn hands on design and art techniques while attending AIT Arts from 1998 to 2002. Some of these included printmaking, sculpture as well as a brief digital art course. These skills have been of great help to me in terms of design, brainstorming, creating briefs and sketches. Producing digital images at the turn of the decade was also my first foray into the world of multimedia which I have further explored over the past several years.

From 2004 to 2006, I was involved in large scale public art projects with Carclew Youth Arts Centre, which gave me an opportunity to work in large teams, learn about time management and working within strict deadlines. I eventually became a tutor, which also led me to the Parks Community Centre in 2005. There I tutored the over-40’s in basic computing skills and learned a lot myself. But being involved in visual art projects, whether they are public or gallery art, is still an ongoing concern for me and the basis for my multimedia work.

I have covered an enormous range including several sound and video projects, designs and illustrations, dark-room and digital photography, 2D animations and multimedia presentations while studying at Thebarton, Salisbury and Tea Tree Gully TAFE institutions form to 2007 to 2009. My initial plan was to try to eventually enter the Animation, Design, Film or Video industries since there are so many directions available. In 2012 I started my own studio/shop called Remake/Remodel which includes creating paintings, sculptures, graphic design and household items out of recycled materials. More info here:

This blog is part portfolio part blog, which allows me to report on my ongoing studies, experiments and projects.

I hope you enjoy the ride.

Ned Bajic