From a childhood in cattle trucks  and Australian outback rodeos  to a national and international career  in the arts and entertainment industry, to  working throughout Central and South America  and creating acclaimed original immersive theatre to production designing a Cannes Festival nominated  film, Duncan has become an experienced and accomplished artist.

He writes, directs and producers original  immersive theatre,  urban political theatre,  as  well as touring theatre for young people, street theatre and community cultural development projects. He has created shows, cabaret, arts and community festivals, performs street theatre,  stage managed large musicals and much more.

He founded the production company Mongrel Mouth in 2014. Video, images and details available at www.mongrelmouth.com.  Here he has  produced, directed and co written  celebrtaed productions of immersive theatre in site specific locations across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Aldeaide. Mongrel Mouth  also creates events, campaigns,  children's theatre, street theatre, event acts and community arts projects.
Duncan has the privileged of working and collaborating with a vast amount of creatives in  musicals,  opera, theatre, arts festivals, galleries, film and media, government arts and peak bodies, refugees and survivors of political torture,  prisoners, community  cultural  development groups and organisations  and independent entertainment creators across Australia.

In 2017 Duncan was an artist in residence in Meirda, Mexico where he was training  and performing with   renowned performance art collective  La Pocha Nostra. He was also  an artists in residence facilitating The Mongrel Mouth Method workshops, in Ciudad Del Carmen, Mexico. Back in Australia Duncan continued working on many projects throughout the year, including producing, directing  and co writing  a new immerisve production which headlined The Sydney Fringe Festival. He also collaborated over 17 weeks with  with men who have been recently incarcerated and the uptown festival, where he  mentored masters of social work students in culturally engaged creative practice. He was commissioned to create a large outdoor interactive art exhbition, co wrote a children's immerive show whch featured at a state wide arts conference and wrote and directed  a show for Tasmania Tourism, along with other projects through the year.