Propel Youth Arts (current)
Elected to the board of Propel Youth Arts - Western Australia’s peak arts body for youth and young people as one of two youth arts representatives. Elected vice-chairperson in May of 2012.
Co-founder and Producer
Responsible for all grant applications (DCA, AUSCO, Stages), budget control, production management, contracting and administration as producer and co-founder of youth driven independent theatre company twofoursix.
Perth International Arts Festival (1 month)
Driver to the Artistic Director of The Perth International Arts Festival.
Sydney Festival (3 months)
Working with the producer of Major Outdoor Events on a full time basis leading up to and during the 2013 Sydney Festival. Responsibilities include logistics and planning, contracting, artist relations and project management.
Performing Lines WA (1 year, 8 months)
Intern and Administration Assistant
Arts administration, budget & production management, marketing and social media development for independent dance and theatre producers, Performing Lines WA.
WA Department of Culture and The Arts (DCA)
Invited to sit on the Youth Development and Quick Response funding panels for the Western Australian Department of Culture and The Arts.
Artsupport WA (3 months)
Periodic intern working with WA manager James Boyd on a range of philanthropic, fundraising and sponsorship programs and initiatives.
Black Swan State Theatre Company (6 months)
Assisting with large scale marketing and PR campaigns, database and social media management.
Tom Cramond Photographics (2 years, 7 months)
Nationally published photographer working with assorted media publications, bands and designers in print and online. Exhibited around Australia, including The National Portrait Gallery in Canberra.
2013 - 11. Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Bachelor of Arts Management
2010 - 09. Edith Cowan University (ECU), Bachelor of Creative Industries (non-complete)
2009 - 06. University of Western Australia (UWA). Bachelor of Arts (non-complete)
2005 - 00. Christ Church Grammar School (CCGS). High School Diploma