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I am an early-career theatre maker based in Melbourne (Naarm), Australia. My creative practice focusses on collaborative and inclusive forms of theatre and live art. I graduated from Monash University's Centre for Theatre and Performance in 2019 and completed the Master of Theatre (Directing) degree at the Victorian College of the Arts in 2021.


I make performance works as a director and collaborative devisor which encompass my passion for socially engaged and community-based arts practice. In 2020, I directed and produced A Recorded Companion, an audio work which was the recipient of the Melbourne Fringe Access and Inclusion Award. In 2021, I completed an internship at Back to Back Theatre in Geelong, Victoria where I conducted research in inclusive arts practice and worked with artists from underrepresented communities at Footscray Community Arts. In 2022, I directed Blackrock by Nick Enright at Platform Arts; working with emerging artists from Geelong and Melbourne to address the play's themes of respectful relationships and toxic masculinity. In 2023 I founded flatpack, an interdisciplinary art collective dedicated to upholding care and creative sustainability in art-making. In 2024 I directed Dry Land by Ruby Rae Spiegel at Theatre Works, a play exploring the reproductive rights of young women.

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