I make arts and media, I like adventure and people and most of the time I am based in Alice Springs, Central Australia.

Since 2004 I have worked with arts and social change company Big hART and I am now their National Producer. I was the Creative Producer of the award winning Ngapartji Ngapartji project and have worked on Radio Holiday, Drive, Northcott Narratives and Junk Theory with the company.

I have edited a social justice magazine ‘Greenpepper‘ in Amsterdam, been part of setting up a community arts space, Irene Warehouse, in Melbourne, been a projectionist at the Coober Pedy Drive In, organised activist media events, been part of putting together blockades, actions and protests and been the NT Triple J Arts Reporter.

I’ve been on the board of a range of media, arts and political organisations including Arid Lands Environment Centre, Engage Media and RedHOT Arts. I’ve worked as an adviser to Senator Bob Brown, leader of the Australian Greens and was crowned Miss Camel Cup 2008.

I’ve also worked in a number of roles on documentary films; I produced Nothing Rhymes with Ngapartji worked as production manager on the drama shoot for Coniston: Telling It True and directed Queen of the Desert.

I am passionate about justice, solidarity, stories, diversity and abundance. And I am learning how to balance drive, passion and calmness. I’m also pretty in to roller derby.

Couple of media links;

An interview about indigenous languages and Ngapartji Ngapartji with the Jakarta Post

ABC Darwin Guestroom interview

Wikipedia listing