iAM Projects is a creative agency which consults to government, cultural, health, corporate and non profit sectors. We have specialist skills in research & strategic planning, collaborations with First Nation peoples, stakeholder engagement, public art curation & procurement, project management and entrepreneurial approaches to creative practices.

Our approach enlivens a sense of place through fit for purpose collaborations founded on in-depth research, planning and practical project management.

Our goal is simple – provide high quality, unique outcomes for our clients whilst fostering the cultural and creative development of our landscape.


With over 20 years experience in the arts, Daniel has expertise in collaborating with diverse creative professionals, stakeholders and clients, spanning from practitioners to suppliers. He has directed and led the development and delivery of numerous significant art and design projects nationally and globally, collaborating directly with renowned artists such as Lindy Lee, Reko Rennie, Nike Savvas, Florentijn Hofman, and Kehinde Wiley. Daniel has had the privilege of contributing to culturally potent artworks like First Contact with Laurel Nannup and The Eyes of the Land and the Sea with Alison Page and Nik Lachajcjak.

Through his hands-on involvement with artists, project managers, fabricators, and stakeholders, Daniel navigates and guides every stage of the project development process. Committed to fostering innovation and impactful cultural contributions, he welcomes ongoing dialogue, collaboration, and opportunities to further enrich the artistic landscape, both locally and globally. Ensuring the utmost quality and significance in every project, he is particularly interested in nurturing artists to push boundaries and evolve their practices through alternative approaches and critical thinking.

LUCY BELLE | Creative Producer

Lucy is a multidisciplinary designer with a broad understanding of the creative industries. She has extensive experience working across design, product development, curatorial, project management and marketing. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Design (Fashion) from QUT in 2015, she has worked for various museums and art galleries, exhibited design work, produced creative events including arts festivals and design fairs from concept to delivery. She has also been commissioned by various high-profile artists as a technical designer to realise exhibition work for national galleries.

Lucy has worked extensively with a range of artists and stakeholders to achieve exciting and successful arts project outcomes.

SIMON KOGER | Director

Simon has a diverse portfolio encompassing policy development, curatorial, design and project management in creative industries, environment and energy sectors. He is able to work seamlessly across multi-disciplinary teams and is uniquely positioned to respond to project drivers, constraints and aspirations.