Storytelling is a profession, a past-time, and a passion. I’ve worked in the screen and media industries since last century and now have several years in education.
They’re a good mix, giving me a parallel career. As a woman child-free by choice, it’s a joy to give back by nurturing the next wave of emerging filmmakers.
You can buy my latest book Ticketyboo: an Illustrated Story of Learning to Love Dementia on the Author | Writer tab.
You can license your own screening of my award-winning film Ticketyboo: a Secret in Plain Sight on the Screen | Film tab.
I’ve written, produced and directed short films that screened in various local and international festivals. Won some laurels and awards. OKK aka Outback Killer Koalas (feature) was a semi-finalist in the Animal Logic / Truant Pictures Screenplay Contest. Kiss My Ink (feature) was a finalist in the Filmmaker’s Factory Treatment Contest.
Short film Red-Handed (director Tony Tilse DGA) was an AACTA nominee & won numerous awards and laurels internationally. I originally wrote it as a feminist political play (performed in Short+Sweet, the world’s largest short play festival) and it found a horror/thriller audience as a film.