Dion Beasley lives in Tennant Creek where he draws every day. As a deaf artist with muscular dystrophy, Dion uses drawing to communicate with the world. He depicts his family, the country where he grew up, the monsters he sees at night and all the dogs at Mulga Camp. Dion’s work has been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney and the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra among others. Since 2011, Dion has collaborated with Darwin-based author Johanna Bell on the creation of three picture books.