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A creative work in progress

Growing up, I was addicted to creativity and bringing things to life. I grew up as the kid who would often sweet talk her teachers out of PE class just so she could get on with painting. I went through various phases of creative exploration - you name it, I’ve done it. Piano and guitar? Check. Painting and drawing? Yep. Video making, photography and design? Check and check. While I still enjoy dipping my toes in a variety of creative spaces, I’ve learned to focus my energy and grow my skills in the space of visual story-telling and content creation. 


In pursuit of creativity and the joy it brings, I studied Fine Arts and Graphics Media at University of New South Wales, Art & Design which led to an array of exciting experiences; the biggest one being an exchange program in Milan where I had the privilege to study visual communication in Italy for 6 glorious months. The process and programme shaped my ability to think critically and conceptually about the art I make and continues to influence my work today. 

After years traveling and experimenting in the industry, I soon discovered that I can use my creative skills to help organisations do incredible things in the world, for instance photographing endangered wildlife species in South Africa and working for Sydney’s largest psychology practice and Mental Health organisation, The Indigo ProjectNow taking a deeper dive into my passion for our planet and it's inhabitants, I feel privileged to use my visual story-telling skills to elevate like-minded brands like Greenpeace, Future Super, RSPCA, Ascape Eco Lodges, Environmental Leadership Australia, and the Wilderness Society. 

Outside the 9 to 5, you’ll find me stills getting my hands dirty, playing with paints or working on a project. The creative process gets me very excited and personally, I feel there’s nothing quite like letting a tidal wave of ideas wash over me. Bliss! 

Life's little wins

Multiple photos of mine made it into an United Nations: Climate Change photo exhibition on Lost and Damage where it was launched at COP28, in front of the world's top climate leaders and decision makers / Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, 2023


I featured on a panel discussion to talk about Positive Climate Action alongside other notable climate advocates and professionals / Lost Paradise Festival, Australia, 2023 & 2024

I received a Commended Award for my photography submission in the Portrait category / Australasia’s Top Emerging Photographers, 2022

My artwork was featured in Hazelhurst’s ‘20th Anniversary’ Exhibition / Hazelhurst Arts Centre, 2020

My work was included in the ‘Art of Africa’ Exhibition / The Space Gallery, 2020

I worked together with African Conservation Organisation African Impact on a Wildlife photography project in South Africa, to research and promote awareness of endangered animals / African Impact, 2019 

I was granted the Student Exchange Scholarship to study design abroad in Milan, Italy / Politecnico di Milano, 2016

I had been awarded the Clanzy Prize for my artwork Nonna’s Garden / Australian Catholic University, 2013

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