Following his relocation to Melbourne, Blair started his first commercial artistic endeavour Drama Queen Designs, becoming a popular costume design business during the nineties. He also became the creative force behind a number of murals in well-known nightspots including Salon Kitty in Collingwood.
In 2002 Blair decided to return to his hometown of Perth to concentrate on painting and pursuing his career in the arts.
The W.A. Pride Festival of 2004 saw him exhibit four large works based on the theme Light, at the Breadbox Gallery in Northbridge.
His first solo exhibition occurred in November 2006 at Soto Espresso titled From Myth to Reality and showcased a number of works undertaken between 1993 and 2005.
Since From Myth to Reality, Blair has worked on a multitude of private commissions, including work as prime illustrator on the Deck of Destiny, and greatly expanded his portfolio of personal work.
November 2007 saw the official launch of The Deck of Destiny- Love, which was the culmination of a 3 year collaboration with Roxy O’Reilly.
Since mid 2008, Blair has been working in the medium of Digital Art, a process in which he has been largely self-taught and took to it like a natural.
In 2009 Blair donated two of his paintings to be auctioned for charity to raise money for the WA AIDS Council in StyleAid 2009.
2010 was a busy year, in March, Blair is taking part in the group exhibition Laneway Art & Lattes, in some of the laneways in inner city Perth, some private commission work along the way.
So far in 2011, there has been the publication of the artwork, Embrace of the Ice Swan, in the album Change of Skin by The Danse Society, and the commission of his first book cover and interior map for the novel In The Theater Of The World, by C. Benjamin Tracy.