I am a science communicator and artist from Australia. I am interested in digital storytelling, art, ecology, Indigenous natural resource management and creativity in science communication.
I work as a science communicator with Australia's national science agency, the CSIRO.
Before this, I created communications material for, and about, The Nature Conservancy's gender work in Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea. I've also worked with Bush Heritage, RMIT University, the Torres Strait Regional Authority, and the Queensland Government. I grew up on a sheep and cattle property in Queensland, and love being in the bush (I'm constantly seeking out remote field work!).
I hold a Master of Science (with Distinction) from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Law (Hons)/ Environmental Science from Griffith University in Queensland. In 2018 I did an international fellowship with the GAF/ International Specialised Skills Institute. I travelled to Africa, Scandinavia, Canada and the USA, exploring how science groups, like museums, tell the story of their work.
Most of the artwork that I've made is commissioned work for gifts. Please contact me if you're interested in commissioning an original or a print.