I graduated with a Bachelor of Photography from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University in 2005.
In 2006 my work took me to India where I
photo-documented the lives, work and journeys of microfinance clients, which was then developed into a hard cover 160 page book titled ‘Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives’. This project highlighted powerfully that everyone can have a dream (no matter how rich or poor they are); everyone deserves honour and respect; and it revealed to me a desire I had to help people realise their potential as defined by the person themselves.
Since 2006 I have been doing freelance work in both design and photography, working on commercial and not for profit projects, and loving the fact that I get the privilege of being a part of creating ideas for others everyday.