With experience across various film roles, productions and industries, I am a passionate creator, who loves to make people laugh, while also making them think deeply. My first love has always been writing, especially screenwriting. A recent short screenplay of mine, Cigarette Burn, was described as a “thoroughly engaging story, that created a vivid atmosphere and conveyed rich imagery” by the judges of the NYC Midnight screenplay competition. I am currently developing my first TV series, Share House Rules, whereas showrunner, I have completed scripts for 7 x 30-minute episodes, as well as created a series pitch bible alongside my producer, Aaron Griffiths. We have also undertaken a casting and crewing process and completed a proof-of-concept shoot.
Outside of screenwriting, I have a great love for our environment and sustainability, stretching as far back as my first Clean Up Australia Day as a Joey Scout. During my Baden Powell Scouting Award, the peak award in the Rover Scout section, I developed a containers for change program, which has generated over $800 for the charity, Doctors Without Borders, and kept 8000 containers from ending up in landfill or littering our local environment. Once I learnt that I could take my passion for sustainability into the film industry, I’ve been upskilling myself, undertaking all of the relevant training with the British sustainability in film organisation, albert, in the early hours of the morning. I’m currently on the look out for experience in the field of sustainability in film, as I believe my extensive clerical experience and strong work ethic would add value to any production that would have me.
I’ll always love the film and digital media industry, as I believe it has the ability to promote so much good in the world. I personally love creating content that people can watch and forget about life’s hardships. I’m looking to connect with other filmmakers, artists, and people passionate about sustainability.