My mission is to activate the imagination of the everyday human. My vision is to animate non-traditional spaces. Merge fact with fiction. Challenge the perceptions of artmaking and production. Share deeply human narrative. Reach across Tasmania and beyond.
Internally and externally to the performance setting, I focus on themes of identity and empowerment through body, architecture and site. I experiment with styles of performance and fine art methods through improvisation, visual art, puppetry and dance - devising, directing and coordinating solo and collaborative works. I like to manipulate the object, puppet or self. by developing characters, alter-ego's, costume and sculptures.
I have worked broadly across the arts sector, as artist, performer and/or puppeteer, creating and contributing to independent, commercial and experimental works and initiatives.
There is deep enjoyment investigating individual disciplines including fine art, visual theatre and performance, and then to find methods to blend or hybridise it all together.
I live in Tasmania, the southern-most part of Australia.