I’m a multi-disciplinary artist and curator from Sydney. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Music: Musical Theatre at the Australian Institute of Music in 2010.

I ventured to London to pursue West End and instead grew into the solo performance artist I am today. In early 2012, I wrote a one-women show and performed in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. After which I went AWOL living in political occupancies engaging in auto-didactic studies for a pivotal 7-months.

In 2014, I studied at the MIECAT Institute in Melbourne, earning the Graduate Diploma in Experiential Learning and Creative Arts Therapy whilst working in performance/experiential theatre/community engagement advocating mental health ‘Kalori Music Group’ @ Manly Hospital, ‘I just couldn’t tell’ @ PACT, ‘Wonder Full’ @Culture at Work , Communicative Action’ @ Avalon Art Carnival, ‘Minecraft: The Musical’ @Shopfront, ‘Our Space’ with City West Housing.

Music has a continued to be a through line for me. In April 2016, I went on a memorable tour with Splinter Orchestra recording in Lake Mungo National Park and playing at the Tectonics Festival in Adelaide. From May- Dec 2016 I trained with the legendary Pansori Master Bae Il Dong in South Korea and made my first professional recording with New World Music. I’m currently singing in 3 Sydney based bands and highlights of 2017 have been playing at The Now Now Series and Life Groove Café.