I am a Melbourne-based storyteller with a passion for written, visual and audio communications. Having begun my career 13 years ago in business and marketing support, I became increasingly interested in all things branding and messaging. This led me to go on and study a Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design), receiving a Dean’s Award For Academic Excellence.
I have worn and thoroughly enjoyed a number of marketing hats, including coordination and production, client services, content creation, copywriting, and graphic design across both printed and digital mediums. You can view samples of my graphic design work here, and read more about my content and copywriting capability here.
I'm also actively involved in community and arts-based projects. In the last year alone I helped co-organise the Women’s March Sydney 2017, as well as For Film’s Sake Film Festival, a not-for-profit initiative that challenges the grossly underwhelming state of diverse representation in the film industry.
I am passionate about human rights and equality, so much so that in 2016 I launched udee, an online magazine that showcases the lives and work of socially conscious female and non-binary creatives. In early 2017 udee was longlisted for The Walkley Foundation’s Media Incubator and Innovation Funding Program which was incredibly encouraging. I am also a successfully published columnist and regularly write about topics close to my heart.
When I’m not working I like to frequent gigs, galleries, films, and the best coffee spots in Melbourne.
I can be contacted via email here.