“I would like to respectfully acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional custodians of the unceded lands that my studio is situated, and pay respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.”
An interdisciplinary creative, she works across fine art, visual communications, and fashion.
With a fashion practice that looks at how design interventions could reshape consumer behaviour and reduce the over-consumption of fashion product. Starting a PhD in Fashion & Textiles with support from Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship, she will explore and test these ideas in more depth at RMIT University from 2022.
Her fine art practice explores contemporary concepts of female identity, its multiplicity and self-authorship. These ideas stem from research into archetypes through historical storytelling, film, pop culture, social psychological theories and the visual arts.
With underlying narratives, you often get the sense that the main content is in the next work or even somewhere outside the frame altogether. Leaving the viewer to imagine and piece together their own story.