Hello, I’m a designer and scenographer with a love of storytelling and narrative.

Over the past 15 years I’ve worked as a graphic designer both locally and internationally.

I have experience in art direction, branding and logo development, plus campaign rollout for both print and digital. Always drawn to the arts, my clients have included Sydney Symphony Orchestra, London’s Southbank Center & Hayward Gallery, as well as a handful of television networks and smaller theatre makers.  I’ve also worked with hospitality, large corporate and retail clients plus design and advertising agencies. For a more detailed C.V, head over to Linkedin.

Wanting to delve deeper into my love of the arts, In 2018 I completed a BFA in Design for Performance at the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Throughout my degree, I collaborated with students and professionals on some really great projects. I spent four weeks with designer Annie Atkins in Dublin, Ireland, learning about graphic props design for film. I took part in a secondment as an art department assistant on Bruce Beresford’s feature film ‘Ladies in Black’. For my graduation show, I was designer for La Mariage Forcé by Moliére with director Ellen Wiltshire; co-production designer on short film Optics; production designer for Triple J Unearthed Music Video If You Were My Hero, plus co-designer on EXPONIDA 2018. I was the lucky recipient of the Billy Ostadal Scholarship and The William Fletcher Foundation Grant.

Since graduating, I’ve worked on a variety of small independent theatre and school shows. I worked in the graphic props team on the upcoming Peter Rabbit sequel at Fox Studios, was event designer for the NIDA 60th Gala Event, worked on the graphics for upcoming (and sadly postponed) Mervyn Bishop Exhibition for The National Film and Sound Archive.

I love to design across performance, film, exhibition and environment, with a focus on concept and research. When I’m not working, I travel and take photos. I’m an avid reader with a love of magical realism. I swim in the ocean as often as I can.